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Woodworker29/08/2008 13:59:00
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Has anyone found this article useful?
Derek Lane29/08/2008 17:50:00
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yes as I already buy things second hand especially older tools as i find many are better quality than some of the newer products.
Sparky29/08/2008 18:31:00
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I did, even though I had most of those tools left by my late father-in-law, I followed the same procedure (but using Restore) and now have an enlarged tool chest.

Very well written and it just goes to show you don't have to spend £100's for tools.

Well done Ray

Doug29/08/2008 19:40:00
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Marc

can`t you get those sexy nurses to look at that enlarged chest of yours?

Olly Parry-Jones30/08/2008 10:31:00
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Yes, I found this quite useful. Although, I'd already seen it in the magazine.
Vaughn03/09/2008 21:39:00
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Hi

I really enjoyed the article. i had an old spokeshave in my hand today, and didn't buy it. i reckon i'll go back for it tomorrow and give it a try. i recently bought a marples drawknife for the equivalent of 2 pound, and it turned out fantastic.

could we possibly see a similar article just on hand planes? 

warren gruhl03/09/2008 23:11:00
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i bought second hand tools before, great artice if you can't afford new tools l 
Ray Smith01/12/2008 14:25:00
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Thank You aLL for your response, I hope to write more articles [[ Editor willing ] and i am open to ideas. Ray Smith
Woodworker29/08/2008 13:59:00
1745 forum posts
1 photos
74 articles
Has anyone found this article useful?
Derek Lane29/08/2008 17:50:00
avatar
Moderator
3219 forum posts
1004 photos
yes as I already buy things second hand especially older tools as i find many are better quality than some of the newer products.
Sparky29/08/2008 18:31:00
7631 forum posts
22 photos

I did, even though I had most of those tools left by my late father-in-law, I followed the same procedure (but using Restore) and now have an enlarged tool chest.

Very well written and it just goes to show you don't have to spend £100's for tools.

Well done Ray

Doug29/08/2008 19:40:00
avatar
3415 forum posts
35 photos

Marc

can`t you get those sexy nurses to look at that enlarged chest of yours?

Olly Parry-Jones30/08/2008 10:31:00
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2776 forum posts
636 photos
Yes, I found this quite useful. Although, I'd already seen it in the magazine.
Vaughn03/09/2008 21:39:00
avatar
92 forum posts
34 photos

Hi

I really enjoyed the article. i had an old spokeshave in my hand today, and didn't buy it. i reckon i'll go back for it tomorrow and give it a try. i recently bought a marples drawknife for the equivalent of 2 pound, and it turned out fantastic.

could we possibly see a similar article just on hand planes? 

warren gruhl03/09/2008 23:11:00
avatar
536 forum posts
59 photos
i bought second hand tools before, great artice if you can't afford new tools l 

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