Woodshop Plans – Woodworking Tips and Suggestions

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Blueprints or woodshop plans are only a small part of a successful project. Over the years I have learned that tools of the trade make a huge difference in the enjoyment of the project and a successful completion. Take the work bench in the shop for instance, is one of yours on locking rollers? A bench that can be rolled around the shop makes handling the woodworking project much easier. Just being able to roll the project outside for drying or rolling it into the paint booth without picking it up and having to place the item on another stand eliminates oil marks from your hands and the possibility of dropping it. In either case you are eliminating possible delays or in essence problems.
Is your paint booth in a corner of your woodshop? Placing your paint booth in the corner where you can hang a curtain on two sides of the booth can eliminate many problems. Put the curtain upside down on the bar with the shower hooks put through the curtain, make your own holes. On the bottom where the rod would normally be insert some small lead weights like you would see on a casting net. Space the weights six inches apart and sew the ends close. Your curtain should be six inches from the ceiling and just touching the floor. This will eliminate 90 percent of the dust particles, bugs, and draft blowing through the room. It truly makes for a much easier finished product with little or no do overs.
The last item in this article will be about where you store your paints, varnishes, stains, and other smelly and dangerous chemicals and liquid items. Kitchen cabinets are great for putting can type items out of sight and off the ground. Go on Craigslist and you can find old cabinets for just a few bucks and hang them on a back wall. Just inside the doors apply very thin weather stripping so when the door closes it has a little bit of a seal. I have found this can eliminate many of the odors associated with your finishing and stripping products. It is also a lot safer storing these items behind closed doors.
I hope I have given you some helpful ideas to incorporate into your woodshop so future woodworking projects go easier and end on a good note.

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