Spring is just a little over a week away and now is a good time to start checking things around the house. I found this website over at https://www.familyhandyman.com We all spend time outside on our house decks BBQing with family and friends and it's time to do our spring inspection before we enjoy. Step one: Check the structure This first step is especially important for those who have a wooden deck. If your deck is made of natural redwood, cedar, or a pressure-treated wood, you … [Read more...] about How I Improved Your House Deck In Two Days
Something I didn't even think of with the different types of woods that I work with that are hazardous to our health. I found this article over at the https://www.woodworkerssource.com/Woodworkers need to take precautions against dust when working with any lumber, whether the wood is domestic or exotic. Wood dust is no good for your lungs or eyes, and some wood dust can also react with your body. Possible reactions include skin rashes, watery eyes, respiratory problems, headaches, … [Read more...] about What Mom Never Told You About Wood Dust
Safety is something we all need to pay attention to and not take for granted. In this video the 6 tips of safety we all need to know. Photo By monstercard … [Read more...] about The 6 Worst Thing About Wood Shop Safety
Here's something that should be first and foremost to know when doing any kind of woodworking is safety. I found this blog post that goes through the most safety issues we need to know.Image courtesy of xkgqgbyd61Woodworking can be a safe and enjoyable hobby or vocation if you follow some very basic woodworking safety rules. All of the rules are common-sense ideas, but failure to follow these rules will greatly increase the chance of injury when working with your tools. The … [Read more...] about Who Really Uses Woodworking Safety?