Great Ways to Collect Saw Dust in Your Workshop

July 29, 2015

When working in your workshop, you’ll want to make sure that you do something about all the sawdust. The last thing you want is for your workshop to be covered in sawdust. The following are a few ways to collect sawdust: Use an articulated hose – Attach an articulated hose to your shop vacuum in

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How to Choose the Right Finish for Your Outdoor Woodworking Projects

July 22, 2015

If you’re building a project for the outdoors, then one of the things you’ll need to worry about is protecting them from the elements. This is why choosing the right finish for your outdoor project is so important. The following are a few tips for choosing finishes for outdoor woodworking projects: The first step is

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Build Your Own Shutters for a Customized Home

July 17, 2015

If you’re building a lot of the elements of your home on your own, then one of the things that you can build for your home are its shutters. Shutters are a great way to add another level of protection to your home as well as help improve its energy efficiency and curb appeal at

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Tips for Making a Dado Joint When You Don't Have the Right Tools

July 13, 2015

When it comes to joining wood together, one of the best joints you can use is the dado joint. However, in order to make a dado joint, you’ll need to make precision cuts. Typically, you’ll want to use a dado blade or a table saw. However, if you have neither, you can still cut dado

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Tips for Painting Your Custom Milled Moulding

July 8, 2015

Painting your walls is a task that isn’t too difficult. Even if you’ve never done it before, it’s something that anyone can really do with basic instruction. However, painting your custom milled moulding is different matter. The following are a few tips for painting custom milled moulding: Consider the sheen – A matte finish will

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Don't Toss the Leftovers From Your Last Woodshop Project

July 1, 2015

When working with wood in Kansas City, it’s almost inevitable that you’ll have some leftovers after you finish a project. Many people will simply toss these leftovers. However, this is a huge waste, especially when considering the fact that you can use your wood leftovers for other purposes. The following are a few ideas for how

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