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    salt & pepper mills - just something to look at

    My first Salt and Pepper Mills. Salt is spalted maple. pepper is walnut. They are about 10" tall.
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    Nice work!

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    Great color choice !!
    You only need 2 tools in life. If it's supposed to move and doesn't... use WD40. If it moves and shouldn't... use duct tape.

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    Nicely done and a good idea.

    I just bought a pair of salt/pepper mill kits and planned to do a set. I was thinking of using the same wood, cutting a thin groove or two in each and filling the grooves with black and white paint or epoxy. After seeing yours I think I'll use some hickory heart wood for pepper and maple for the salt mill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forrest Forschmiedt View Post
    Nicely done and a good idea.

    I just bought a pair of salt/pepper mill kits and planned to do a set. I was thinking of using the same wood, cutting a thin groove or two in each and filling the grooves with black and white paint or epoxy. After seeing yours I think I'll use some hickory heart wood for pepper and maple for the salt mill.
    Sound like a plan. The hickory heartwood should be beautiful.

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