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02-28-2013 02:59 PM

HELP - CH Brad Nailer not firing - 8 replies

Hey Everyone,I’m looking for some help/experience with brad nailers. I’ve had mine for a few years, always well oiled, and low maintenance. Just the other day, it was working fine. Went inside to have lunch, came back out, and it’s not firing. When the safety is activated and the trigger is pulled, normally the mail fires out. ...

02-11-2013 11:35 PM

Saddle Style Barstool - How do I do it? - 6 replies

G’day everyone, I’m usually pumping out coffee tables or TV stands and similar types of furniture. Today, my customer asked me if I could do “Saddle Style” bar stools. I’ve done many bar stools, but with flat seats, can anybody point me in the right direction of how I could go about this!?Or is it more work than ...

01-11-2013 03:01 PM

Diffuser oil spilled on rustic style table - need help - 4 replies

Hey everyone, My girlfriend just spilled some diffuser oil on her rustic style table. We tried to clean it up as quickly as we could, but it seems the table sucked most of it up. I’m attaching a couple pics of the damage, wondering if there is anything we can do to fix it or at least ‘re-blend’ the look. Please help, she is ...

11-11-2012 01:41 AM

Cleaning up an Old Barn Beam - 10 replies

G’day everyone, I’m restoring an old fireplace in my home, and was lucky enough to find an 11’ barn beam to make a beautiful mantle. It has a lot of weathering, a lot of nails and holes and blemishes in it that I love. But I’m wondering what process you ladies and gents would suggest to bring it to life, without taking...

08-07-2012 11:22 AM

Conditioning Old Cedar - 3 replies

Hi Everyone, I’m hard at work on my second project, a rustic cedar table for the cottage.I’ve created a 55” table top so far, with a 15” leaf to slide in when extended.I acquired some old Cedar Fence boards that had years of paint and stain on them. After stripping the boards down a bit, I finally reached that beautifu...

07-03-2012 02:05 PM

Wood Conditioner - Yes or No? - 10 replies

Hi Everyone,This is my first post since joining a couple months ago. I’m in total “awe” of what you people are capable of doing with wood. So thank you for all the amazing pictures and videos and tips. I’ve built my first coffee table (pics to come) out of rough pine. It’s all sanded down to a nice and smooth fin...


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