I need ot make a salad bowl for my wife. Is redwood a safe wood. Will it hold up to the task? I am really such a rookie that I think it will with “salad bowl” finish, but I would like to be sure. Should I use hard maple instead? ...
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Here is the bad boy that almost got one or two of my fingers. (It still has a blood stain on one corner.) This picture shows the stock in the background that I was cutting dados in when I had my accident. Today, I completed three dadoes i...
I have done it hundreds of times—making repetitive cuts on table saw—and I am sure you have too. But NEVER get complacent using a table saw! There I was cutting a doado in a length of soft cedar, guiding it on past the blades, when...
I got some Black Ash with some great figuring. I read that to get the darker figuring to pop out, I should paint the ash with green carfts paint, then strip the paint off, then finish it. Any comments? It seems strange to paint it with GREEN pa...
I am replacing the boards on my outside workbench. I have some pressure-treated wood, but want to seal it so that the green goo will not seep onto any of my wood projects. What is eth best way to seal the pressure-treated wood?