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Interested In Woodworking? These Tips Can Get You Started!

Try using a stair gauge as a crosscut guide. Clamp these gauges to the carpenter’s square you have and be sure they’re matching up to the stair jack’s run and rise. Mark each notch. An excellent crosscut guide for the circular saw is the result of the combination after you place them on your carpenter’s […]

Working With Wood: What You Should Know

Try creating your own reusable sanding blocks. Begin by using scrap plywood to cut six blocks for each type of sandpaper grit. Be certain they measure 2.5 inches across by 4.75 inches long. Put spray adhesive on the blocks and the tile square. Place one block onto the cork and make sure the cork is […]

Great Resources For Woodworking Project Plans And Designs

Safety is important when working with wood. Use the right safety gear and operate tools according to their manual. Safety guards are on tools for a good reason and should never be removed. Nasty injuries are no way to end a woodworking project. TIP! Gel stains can be your best friend when staining furniture items. […]

Using The Right Equiptment For Your Woodworking Project

Test your stains on scraps of wood or inconspicuous areas of the piece you’re using. This makes sure that you won’t run into any surprises. Wood can be unpredictable, so you can avoid mistakes and disappointment by doing this simple test. TIP! Do you know how to find the best height for your workbench? To […]

Woodworking 101: Everything You Need To Know

Try making sanding blocks that are reusable on your own. Make a list of each sandpaper grit that you typically use, and then cut a full six blocks for each from scrap plywood, 3/4″ thick. They should be 2.5″ by 4.75″. Apply spray adhesive to both the blocks and the cork tiles. Use a utility […]