|Michael Forster 2||23/06/2014 06:58:26|
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That all sounds great to me, Gareth - especially your first paragraph. That's why a lot of us work the way we do. A simple walk around an antique shop or stately home amply demonstrates that there's not much that can't be done by hand with relatively simple tools if the skills are well learnt. So good luck to you.
BTW: when you do eventually begin to acquire some machines ensure that you plan and budget for extracttion at the same time to deal with that waste - it won't do your health any good to have dust suspended in the air as you work!
Good luck - and again, well done!
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Hi Gareth. It's always tough when you start out, you tend to see a lot of the more obvious mistakes and things you would have done differently, but its all part of the learning experience. I think it looks great for a first attempt and you should definitely keep at it!
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