Subscriber Submitted Woodworking Tips and Tricks – Episode 8
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Subscriber Submitted Woodworking Tips and Tricks – Episode 8

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Another Subscriber Submitted Episode, full of great workbench ideas and woodshop suggestions from cleaning paintbrushes to modifying magnetic only driver bits to work flawlessly in cordless drill driver chucks, lap joints and how to make them quickly, and even how to quickly check your chop saw or sliding miter saw to see if it’s set accurately. The video has some great woodworking for beginners tips!
** And … you can watch Colin visiting the dowelmax YouTube channel and making a sitting stool here – https://youtu.be/2ba1T2D4amc

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Subscriber submitted workshop tips Part 7: https://youtu.be/lMoxzTALfbQ
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4 thoughts on “Subscriber Submitted Woodworking Tips and Tricks – Episode 8”

  1. When you were checking blade angle you assumed the backstop was straight and square. First step is to put a good straightedge there and verify it is straight. Then instead of messing about just slap your speed square against the fence and check the blade angle with that. Then stand it up and make sure the blade is at 90 vertically. Do that every day especially on a job site.

  2. i had my own painting business and i used ordinary plastic shopping bags that i could lay down on a surface and roll the cover inside the bag and remove almost all the air. they would stay wet for 2-3 days. this works for a brush all well.

  3. Hi Colin.
    If you want to rejuvenate a brush with dry paint on the core, (or everywhere) just submerge the brush on a cup or jug filled with Polyurethane for a couple of days. Then clean it with solvent and or soap (regular cleaning procedure)
    Then Magic has happens, you have a brand new paint brush!
    PD. Laker Thinner also works quite well.

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