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My Favorite Glue Scraper

Blog entry by Todd A. Clippinger posted 03-11-2013 08:37 PM 7130 reads 0 times favorited 4 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Hey everybody!

I have been very busy between working on my client’s projects, squeezing in a project for another contractor, and rebuilding my website.

As if that wasn’t enough, I decided to shoot a video to share with you what my favorite tool is for scraping off dried or semi-dried glue as I worked on one of those projects.

I am really excited to bring another video to the woodworking and DIY community, so I hope you enjoy and find it helpful.

Your friend in the shop,

Todd A. Clippinger

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-- Todd A. Clippinger, Montana, http://AmericanCraftsmanWorkshop.com



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posted 03-12-2013 02:06 AM

I use a Stanley box scraper for removing glue squeeze out. It has a removable iron that can be lapped scarey sharp like the hand plane. The head swivels and allows the tool to be pushed or pulled and can be used in a variety of positions.

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posted 12-22-2015 04:40 PM

Very informative. Thanks.







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