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  • 11 Tips for Using Epoxy

    11 Tips for Using Epoxy By Brad Holden Epoxy is a specialty glue that does more than simply stick wood together. It also fills gaps. That makes it ideal for tackling loose joints, hard-to-clamp parts, repair work and colored inlays. Besides that impressive...
  • 19 Tips for Buying and Using Rough Lumber

    Tips for Buying and Using Rough Lumber Buy smart to get the best deals and the best wood. By Tim Johnson Start out thick Rough lumber thicknesses are measured in 1/4-in. increments. The thinnest rough-cut boards, labeled 4/4, and called four quarter,...
  • AW Extra - Garden Chairs

    Enjoy your setting while comfortably sitting. by Tim Johnson Stylish and comfortable, these chairs are also built to last. Made of rot-resistant white oak, with robust joinery secured with weatherproof glue, they’re guaranteed to become some of...
  • AW Extra 11/7/13 - Glazing Techniques from a Pro

    Glazing Techniques from a Pro Use gel stains to add richness, depth and color. By Kevin Southwick Some wood finishes have richness and depth that combine to create a special warm glow. This glow usually comes with age, resulting from natural changes in...
  • AW Extra 11/7/13 - Modular Desk System

    Modular Desk System Mix-and-match components make a desk that fits your needs. By Bruce Kieffer This computer-desk system has more going for it than great looks. The system is based on modular components that can be assembled in a variety of ways to make...
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