Shannon is Inspired by Marc

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It’s show #467 For April 15th, 2020, on today’s show we’re talking about Shop Spring cleaning, chiseling on the workbench, Maloof finish, and the difference between stalactites and stalagmites.

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What’s on the Bench

  • Marc – Nesting Tables
  • Shannon – iPad shelf
  • Matt – Finished construction on the trailer

Main Topic: Shop Spring Cleaning

What things do we do to spruce up the shop?

  • Marc – Shop blow out. A round of filter cleaning/replacement as needed. Should do tool calibration but I’m too lazy.
  • Shannon – blow, sweep, burn scraps, thorough sharpening/waxing, lumber reorg, move unused stuff into storage
  • Matt – Blow out the shop, burn scrap bin, sawmill clean up. Find random stuff that’s been hiding in the snow.

Voicemails & Emails

  • Stephen – Kickback on how a plane works.
  • Brian – Will Maloof Finish prevent red wine stains
  • Rich – Do you chisel on your bench?
  • Matthew – Does sanding to 180 before cutting your lumber prematurely dully the blades?
  • Matt – cleaning fiberglass stalagmites

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Social Media Homework

Post a picture of your spring cleaning rituals and your shop. Use the hashtag: #woodtalk467

One reply on “Shannon is Inspired by Marc”

For the kayak guy my advice is too late but if the floor was dirty before the epoxy fell I think it would come right off, same thing with sheetrock work, leave the floor dusty and mud that falls won’t stick

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