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  1. Sam Maloof's home has a wooden kitchen counter...

    Sam Maloof's home has a wooden kitchen counter top, even right around the sink.
  2. Thank you very much. The one thing that really...

    Thank you very much. The one thing that really changed what I knew is that the quick wipe is not supposed to be flooded on.
  3. And two more options. I have a fresh rattle can...

    And two more options. I have a fresh rattle can of clear lacquer and one of clear enamel. Would you still go with the poly?
  4. OK. Thank you. I'll pick up a quart of poly.

    OK. Thank you. I'll pick up a quart of poly.
  5. Quick question on a finish for a high chair

    I am finishing up a beech high chair for the grand kid and the future grand kid. I sealed it with Dewaxed shellac. This is not the time for super-expensive varnish.

    Would you recommend finishing...
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    Fire Extinguisher recommendation update

    Planning my fire extinguisher needs:

    20' x 24' garage woodworking shop. Some equipment on the opposite end of the garage as the door.
    ABC rating
    I am deciding between a 5lb and 10lb unit near...
  7. Sounds fun, Marty. How many layers / how deep do...

    Sounds fun, Marty. How many layers / how deep do you have in mind?
  8. Great. Thank you.

    Great. Thank you.
  9. So what is the cost range for sharpening and for...

    So what is the cost range for sharpening and for making custom bits?
  10. On http://www.historichousepreservation.com/...

    On http://www.historichousepreservation.com/
    Windows tab.
    Second picture from the top.
  11. That's great to know, Tom. Beautiful work on the...

    That's great to know, Tom. Beautiful work on the sash. I take it from what you said that Whiteside bits are made in the United States.

    By the way, how did you make those clean mortises?
  12. I would opt for keeping the tools as an...

    I would opt for keeping the tools as an inspiration and goal for recovery. That is just me. My hobbies have seasons anyway, so to have a great surge after a half-year break is not such an odd idea.
  13. I began with a deep cut because the bearing was...

    I began with a deep cut because the bearing was so high. I was very happy with the lack of tear-out. This is Beech wood, which has given a lot of tear-out with sharp lathe tools.

    I did a couple...
  14. Whiteside Bowl and Tray Router Bit Review

    First of all, many thanks to Tom Waltz, who sent me 2 Whiteside router bits to test:

    1376B Bowl and Tray Bit (reviewing now)

    1411 Round Nose Core Box (trying and reviewing later)

    First of...
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    D-Way. Very helpful. Great product.

    D-Way. Very helpful. Great product.
  16. Surprise OSB Breathing-taking reaction!

    I picked up a 2' x 4' piece of 7/16" OSB at Home Depot today for a project jig.

    I put it in the back floor of the car, got in, and by the time I made it out into the parking lot I could barely...
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    Thank you Tom. I just sent an e-mail to Jo. I...

    Thank you Tom. I just sent an e-mail to Jo.
    I am a true fan of Whiteside bits. I will be very happy to use and review.
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    OK. I just put clear packing tape over it. That...

    OK. I just put clear packing tape over it. That should do fine. Thanks all.
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    I just had a nice blade sharpened. I have not...

    I just had a nice blade sharpened. I have not tried it yet, but the cost was $19.
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    Thank you Dave. I'll race you. #2 is due at the...

    Thank you Dave. I'll race you. #2 is due at the end of May or beginning of June :)
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    I just added the photo to the original post.

    I just added the photo to the original post.
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    Fixing a Dust Collector part

    This is a Delta 50-760 Dust Collector. The base for the bag support rod has bent over the years.

    I went to Delta Parts to replace the little support piece. (Haha, just kidding, there are no such...
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    Machine paint rubbing off on wood.

    When I use the belt sander with wood riding against the back stop, the green paint smudges on the wood a little. It only took me 6 years to realize, "Hey, I could do something about that!"

    I could...
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    That is a very generous offer, Tom. I had ordered...

    That is a very generous offer, Tom. I had ordered the tray bit, so you may want to withdraw your offer. If not, I would love to review a comparison.
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    Router bit for a high chair tray

    I need to buy a router bit to rout a high chair tray.

    I could buy a Whiteside Tray bit that is flat on the bottom or a Whiteside Round Nose Core Box Bit.

    The tray bit looks a little easier to...
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