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Working with wood is not always an exacting science. Sometimes there are defects in the wood, both visible and hidden and once in a while, we woodworkers make innocent mistakes and most of these issues need to be fixed or corrected one way or another. Most of these fixes are not complicated, but often will take some time and patience to do a good job.
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From time to time woodworkers are called upon to fix problems with wood items like furniture or other home units, that have broken, or maybe we set a tool wrong and made a bad cut ...
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I have come to rely on CA Glue, or Cyanoacrylate glue in my workshop as a big time saver, especially in fixing little problems that arise from working with wood, but many other things in the shop as well and it's no secret I prefer Starbond because the variety of glues and it's freshness, and I enjoy working with businesses that provide quality products.
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There are just so many uses for an instant bonding glue in the workshop, I seem to find some new use for it almost every week ...
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I hope I will be able to remember all the cool tips and trick for woodworking that Subscribers have sent me when it comes time to use them ... or, I can just go to this website and type in a single word into the search box, hit the return key and I will have the article, with an answer on the screen within seconds.
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Every time people send me in ideas, I can't believe how much there is for me to learn that will make my woodworking more efficient and fun ...
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I always love working with people who have more experience than me because that's how I learn new things, and when it comes to pro woodworkers and master carpenters, they have all sorts of little tricks and ideas they use on a daily basis to get quicker and more accurate results, so it saves them time and helps them get top quality results, what could be better??
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The first person I learned so much from was my High School woodworking teacher, "Charlie" Whittaker. When I joined his class he had already been a woodworker and a teacher for a number of years and had many little things he taught us that have served me my entire life ...