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glw
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13 votes
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Should I use sandpaper or Steel Wool between coats of polyurethane?

9 votes

Is there a 'best' way to sharpen an edged tool like a chisel?

8 votes
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Does knotty wood dull a hand plane faster than normal wood?

8 votes

How to sharpen a circular saw or mitre saw blade

7 votes

Stain then glue, or vice-versa?

7 votes

How to finish a piece to bring out its colour

7 votes

How much grit do I need?

6 votes

What is the purpose of a saw nib?

6 votes

When using a hand saw, how do I cut a straight line?

5 votes

How to cope large molding joints?

5 votes

What can I do to eliminate drift when cutting with my bandsaw?

5 votes

What is the best way to remove nails from pallets?

5 votes

What tools do I need to start making cabinets?

5 votes

What is the process, from start to finish, for milling a tree into boards?

4 votes

How can I prepare the end grain for stain, so that its final appearance matches the rest of the wood?

4 votes

What are the techniques to seal or remove sap?

4 votes

Best way to flatten boards by hand

4 votes

Can you use painted wood in a planer without damaging the tool?

4 votes

How can I achieve a raw, unfinished look to my project while protecting it from water and physical abuse?

3 votes

How do I shop for lumber to use in home wood working projects?

3 votes

Are there advantages to using packaged wood finishing cloths instead of old towels and shirts?

3 votes

How can I adjust my hand plane to take an even cut across its width?

3 votes

Should you always use Pre-Stain?

2 votes

How and when should I sharpen my router bits?

2 votes

Would sandwiching MDF between two layers of hardwood make an acceptable workbench table?

1 vote

How should I dispose of sawdust safely?

1 vote

When should I use a Jointer vs. a Planer?

1 vote

How do I prepare a scraper for use?

1 vote

How do I make a mortise and tenon joints by hand