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Quick Tips Vol. 32

By: Logan Wittmer
Three Tips that Help Around the Shop.

Disposable Epoxy Mixer.

08 10 01 When Crayola England of Des Moines, IA had some epoxy to mix up, she decided to get a little creative. She used a section from an old set of mini blinds. The plastic strip is sturdy enough to mix the epoxy and is the perfect spreader.

Resaw Push Stick.

08 10 03 Scott Kirk of Solon, IA often uses his band saw to resaw stock. When resawing thin stock, Scott likes to use a thin push stick. 08 10 05 By attaching a magnet to the end, Scott can hang the push stick from his band saw cover so it’s readily available when he needs it.

Chalk Remover.

08 10 07 Dan Martin of Galena, OH found that white chalk can be difficult to remove from open grain woods like walnut or oak. To easily remove the chalk, Dan likes to use a soft bristle brass brush to scrub the chalk off. The bristles efficiently remove the chalk from the open grain.

Published: Aug. 10, 2023
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