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    I just bought the Beall wheels this week. ...

    I just bought the Beall wheels this week. Thanks for these great tips, guys!!!
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    You don't require BLO AND tung oil. They serve...

    You don't require BLO AND tung oil. They serve the same purpose in danish oil: to inhibit the drying so that you have time to wipe off the material on the wood. This prevents the finish from...
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    +1. Shellac is perfect for this.

    +1. Shellac is perfect for this.
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    Vigora? Morning Glory getting bigger every year?...

    Vigora? Morning Glory getting bigger every year? There's a joke in here somewhere ;)
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    I haven't used flex seal, but I've used epoxy. I...

    I haven't used flex seal, but I've used epoxy. I am sure others have had success, but for my money, I could on anything contacting the soil to eventually deteriorate. That's why I think it's best...
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    I was unaware that Clear Poly comes in flat. I...

    I was unaware that Clear Poly comes in flat. I haven't been able to find it.
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    Thanks Gary and Bob! Bob, I think you may be...

    Thanks Gary and Bob!

    Bob, I think you may be right. Manual weeding appears to make it worse which has always made me think it breeds with rhizomes.

    I am going to try an herbicide (brand name...
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    I have a white oak sitting bench that is...

    I have a white oak sitting bench that is unfinished. It weathers grey and looks great. If anything, seal the end grain and raise the feet up off the ground or seat them on pavers.
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    Great ideas guys. I'm going to have to go...

    Great ideas guys. I'm going to have to go nuclear. I'll do it methodically...

    I'll spot kill with herbicide now and reseed in about a month.

    Jim, I'm going to start cutting the grass higher. ...
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    Swing away tail stock rocks.

    Swing away tail stock rocks.
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    Lawn Weeds

    Does this topic depress you as much as me? Spray, compost, crouch-and-pick. The more time I spend on it, the more they thrive.

    I have this ONE light green, tall grass that I just can't get rid...
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    "The sealing is supposed to reduce the shrinkage"...

    "The sealing is supposed to reduce the shrinkage"

    That will not happen. It will dry. It may not dry to the point where it compromises the bark, but it will dry, and will likely check at the...
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    "My rule is NOTHING....EVER..... is set on the...

    "My rule is NOTHING....EVER..... is set on the table saw. It is not a bench and I will not risk something getting spilled on it."

    Me too.
    100%.
    I never* violate this rule.

    * read,...
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    I've used Endurovar, ClearPoly and Arm R Seal. I...

    I've used Endurovar, ClearPoly and Arm R Seal. I believe Arm R Seal is the most durable, but also the most work.

    The Endurovar and Clear Poly spray pretty easily and dry so quickly, I tend to use...
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    I also think it's all 3. I switched from a...

    I also think it's all 3.

    I switched from a corded circular saw to the makita 36v cordless, and I also notice some binding.

    These weaker saws (but oh how convenient!!!!) probably can't forgive...
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    If your bag is > 1micron, it won't catch anything...

    If your bag is > 1micron, it won't catch anything fine - whether it's clogged or not.

    If it's < 1micron, it will catch your fine dust until it clogs to a point where your airflow at the tool is...
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    Welcome to the slippery slope of dust collection!...

    Welcome to the slippery slope of dust collection!

    Oneida makes the Dust Deputy (it works for shop vacs too) preseparator. There are other solutions out there, including a popular DIY solution,...
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    Sorry, no embedded advertising links allowed.

    Sorry, no embedded advertising links allowed.
  19. "Just to provide a place for waste to go?" ...

    "Just to provide a place for waste to go?"

    yes.
  20. I've used a hole saw on lexan to make a router...

    I've used a hole saw on lexan to make a router base plate.

    It worked fine. Just go slow.

    To prevent burning with a hole saw, there's a great trick that I've used before with great success:
    ...
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    Wow, I didn't realize seat blanks could be ruined...

    Wow, I didn't realize seat blanks could be ruined by the 'drastic' taper. Does this manifest when the tenon is wedged? I've not had this appear to be a threat yet. Good to know.

    I prefer a...
  22. I have seen someone finish the outside almost...

    I have seen someone finish the outside almost completely using a jam chuck + tail stock. When the nub gets small enough to split under pressure of the tail stock, they used painters tape to secure...
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    Wow, I never realized my Veritas tapered reamers...

    Wow, I never realized my Veritas tapered reamers were double the angle of other standard cutters. This makes me wonder if the Lee Valley Literature means the angle from face to face is 12.8deg - not...
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    Before you order the Medium shoulder plane,...

    Before you order the Medium shoulder plane, consider their large router plane. For cheeks, it find it (slower but) easier than a shoulder plane. I share your thoughts about fatigue.

    Then you...
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    "Patience won in this case." In IT, I find...

    "Patience won in this case."

    In IT, I find that 90% of users' computer problems are solved by rebooting.

    In finishing, it appears to me that 90% of the time if a finish that fails to dry it is...
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