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AaronK

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#1 posted 09-28-2009 08:19 PM

rick – oh yeah – definitely. Whenever i’ve got a bunch of finish-soaked rags left over I always wipe the top of my bvench with them. It soaks up the excess, which helps the benchtop and makes them safer to dispose of as well.

purplev – yeah, i agree with the masonite. I wouldnt loved to do that, but my borg wasnt carrying it at the time (Wtf!?).

In general i definitely think spilling on a bit of cheap poly is the way to go – even if MDF is cheap, it’s still a PIA to cut some new stock to size and attach it. and I hate working with mdf… ugh.


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