|Forum topic by newbiewoodworker||posted 09-10-2010 01:11 AM||3627 views||1 time favorited||4 replies|
09-10-2010 01:11 AM
Okay, so my folks want me to put my woodworking to use for them: They want me to refinish the kitchen table… I plan to charge my father for the cost of materials(danish oil and poly I imagine) and maybe a little more… after all, I am the one buying the blades and stuff..
The issue: How is the best way to sand a routed edge? I unfortunately only have my two hands and a belt sander(portable) at my disposal for sanding. And I dont have a router. The edge appears to be a round over, but not flush with the top, so that makes me uncertain. And I certainly don’t want to botch the table..
Second, is there a good way to ensure that everything is sanded to the same depth? The pieces are a tad too wide to run through my planer, so thats out of the question… besides.. my luck it would kick, due to the edges…
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