Category Archives for "Woodworking"

How to Remove Laminate from Wood

This blog is going to show you how to remove laminate from wood. The process can be complicated, and it is a good idea to have all your supplies lined up before starting, as well as a surface with enough room for the project, such as a workbench, table, or hardwood floor. What Causes Laminate to […]

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How to Remove Wood Stains off Hands

It’s inevitable – you’ll get wood stain on your hands eventually. Whether staining a deck or woodworking project or simply handling lumber, it’s bound to happen. This blog post will show you how to remove wood stains off hands using everyday household items!What Is Wood Stain?Wood stain is a type of paint used to protect […]

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Steel Wool on Wood: What You Should Know

Steel wool and wood are not often used together, but they can give you a great-looking finish. The steel wool removes dirt and grime, while wood finishes off the surface. Find out how you can use steel wool on wood to extend your home’s furniture life.Steel Wool for Wood: What is it?If you’ve seen steel […]

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Wet Sanding vs. Dry Sanding

Wet and dry sanding may serve the same purpose of creating a smoother surface. However, the truth is slightly tricky, and both achieve the same goal differently. So, naturally, you might be interested in knowing when to wet or dry sand alongside the distinction between the two. The primary distinction between the two is that […]

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How Many Types of Mortise and Tenon Joints Are There?

Woodworking is an ancient art used to create unique structures, including simple household items such as tables and chairs. Several techniques and methods are used to ensure strong joints. One such technique is known as the mortise and tenon joint. But what is the mortise and tenon joint technique? How many types of mortise and tenon […]

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How Long Does Wood Filler Take To Dry?

When you are repairing items such as wooden furniture, you might wonder how to fix nail holes. When it comes to covering up blemishes in wooden furniture, wood fillers and wood putties are great ways to make the wood look fresh and new. Both materials can be used to fill up minor blemishes, cover nail […]

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