On today’s weekend show we talk about the things you should never do in the shop.
Erick wrote in to ask about our happiness and said:
Hey Marc, Shannon, and Matt (aka Goombah, Gorilla and Giggler)
I’ve got a question to share with your audience, and one that’s more of an advice question.
To start, you guys give lots of great advice on “what to do” to solve woodworking problems, or deliver improved results. In your experience, what are your thoughts on things that should “never, ever be done”, not just from a safety factor, but just from good practice. For example, never put an endgrain cutting board in a planer.