Another fabulous week has gone by, and there has been a lot going on. First, the guitar making series continues with bending the binding strips. Then, I’ll show you how to pick the best respirator for wood finishing, as well as six ways to fill holes in wood. Finally, another woodworking gallery filled with great pictures. Enjoy.
How to Make an Acoustic Guitar
In How to Make an Acoustic Guitar Part Seventeen, I’ll show you everything you need to bend your binding strips before installing them on the guitar. Binding strips are very thin and small, but they are not without their challenges when it comes to bending.
There are a few things you can do to make the process easier, and I’ll show you all of them. When you bend your strips, you will have a much easier time, and your results will be better.
You will also break a lot less strips, saving you time and money. The big takeaway is to get your strips as close to perfect as you can. It makes the coming steps easier, and you will be glad you read these tips.
Picking the Best Respirator
There are a number of factors that go into picking the best respirator for wood finishing. If you know nothing about respirators, or protecting yourself from harmful chemicals and debris, this is the post for you.
In How to Pick the Best Respirator for Wood Finishing, I’ll show you the things to consider when you are picking out a respirator, as well as the one big thing that you need to get right for all the other things to work.
If you get this one part right, you will have the easiest time wearing your new respirator, and you will be protected more often while you are in the shop.
Filling Holes in Wood
There will come a time, probably several times, when you need to fill a hole in a project. It might come from a mistake, or it might be for a repair. Whatever the reason, you need a reliable way to do it.
In 6 Easy Ways to Fill Holes in Wood, I’ll show you several different ways to fill holes, and the methods are all easy. You can learn the processes that you like, and take those skills to your next project. They are all easy, and there is something to like for everyone.
When you need to fill a hole, you will have a reliable method that works in any number of situations. You will be able to get back to square one after a mistake, and that’s a confidence builder.
Woodworking Gallery Post
In this week’s Woodworking Gallery Post, there are several great looking pictures from the site that you can enjoy.
If you have any questions on the week in review, please Post a Question in the Q&A Forum and I’ll be glad to help. Happy building.
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