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    Remove as much as possible with passes over the...

    Remove as much as possible with passes over the tablesaw, and finish with your hollows, and rounds. The more passes you make on the tablesaw, the faster it goes at the end.

    You can even finish...
  2. This stuff will remove old house odors, and old...

    This stuff will remove old house odors, and old book odors, to the point that there is no smell. It's non-staining too. I use a Ryobi mister, and mist everything in old houses, including in closed...
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    Probably a problem with the drain line past the...

    Probably a problem with the drain line past the trap. Something is causing it to drain too slowly.

    I expect you're talking about an automatic vent. That is not the problem, unless it was...
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    I've had my phone set to only take calls from...

    I've had my phone set to only take calls from people in my Contacts list for years. Just recently, I've started getting unwanted texts though. I was able to set it some sort of way so there was no...
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    I use solid 8" cinder blocks, six on each end...

    I use solid 8" cinder blocks, six on each end corner, with leveling treated wood on top where needed, to set shipping containers on. The blocks are just sitting right on the ground. Two floor jacks...
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    Someone posted a link to a small parts cutting...

    Someone posted a link to a small parts cutting sled here, within the past couple of weeks.
  7. Good point!

    Good point!
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    I've never seen one around here, but a one piece...

    I've never seen one around here, but a one piece door would solve a lot of the problems.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWi0iuSOXiM
  9. Use mortar.

    Use mortar.
  10. Milled the dog slots/mortises in the edge of the...

    Milled the dog slots/mortises in the edge of the bench top using a router template, and glued on a 5/4 board for the near side top edge, so between 1", and 1'1/4" after the face of that board was...
  11. I never have waxed a handsaw blade, nor thought...

    I never have waxed a handsaw blade, nor thought about how I hold one. There may be some instances where a saw just won't cut straight, but in all others, it's the sawyer, not the saw. Start right,...
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    The first house I built here (1974), I scribed...

    The first house I built here (1974), I scribed the wood to the stone chimney. We have an abandoned rock quarry, so I built a lot of stone chimneys with it. That first house was the last house I...
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    I'm interested too, but the 1.3 cuts just fine...

    I'm interested too, but the 1.3 cuts just fine for me.

    I'll chip in 50 bucks for my share of the blade for anyone that wants to do a quality test of the two blades cutting the same wood, on the...
  14. Mine that I bought new in 1974, and still use,...

    Mine that I bought new in 1974, and still use, has nothing but the bare metal for the saw back to ride on. It's done a Lot of work, and no wear to have an effect yet.
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    A fair number of people rent houses here on the...

    A fair number of people rent houses here on the lake for the off season. Mostly younger people who work from home. Not many full timers though. They're too scared of the dark country roads at night.
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    I sold one of my spec houses, one year, to an...

    I sold one of my spec houses, one year, to an Electrician. He was more impressed with the looks of the electrical work than anything else. He said he didn't understand a lot of what I showed him,...
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    I still have some jigs, and router bases, made...

    I still have some jigs, and router bases, made from Corian from back in the '80's when that was the kitchen countertop of choice. All still good after several decades.

    Another nice material is...
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    Most of the time, I would try to be away when any...

    Most of the time, I would try to be away when any Inspector came. They always want to stay, and talk about other stuff, and waste my time.
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    Might need a condensate pump, to pump it up, and...

    Might need a condensate pump, to pump it up, and out somewhere else.
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    I've used one, very similar, for ages. I found...

    I've used one, very similar, for ages. I found that you don't need to clamp the stone in it. My stones are different sizes, and I just leave it set so the largest one will go in it.

    I have a...
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    Snake the line. Rental places have them.

    Snake the line. Rental places have them.
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    Joe, how do you think the durability compares to...

    Joe, how do you think the durability compares to Formica? Not that it would matter for a table saw jig, but just for curiosity.
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    Not sure about any supplier near you, but: ...

    Not sure about any supplier near you, but:

    https://www.andersonplywood.com/phenolic-plywood/

    I'd just laminate Formica on some BB plywood.
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    I started out with Hanson sets, probably 40 years...

    I started out with Hanson sets, probably 40 years ago. So many individual bits have been replaced, in the index boxes, so many times, that I couldn't tell you what brand they are now. I'm sure...
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    Some RV boxes have all those in it. I bought two...

    Some RV boxes have all those in it. I bought two of them about a year ago for $88 each. I looked at them yesterday, and they are now 238 for the same Siemens box. It does have breakers, 120, as...
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