I'm starting to push towards more restorations and get things in working order. I want to have it so I can grab any plane or saw and it is ready to go. I have had a Millers Falls plane sitting in my chest for almost a year. I found it
Getting this plow plane restored in time to use it on upcoming projects.
After creating the strop board I was eager to show you all how to use to get the best cutting edge possible. To show this process I wanted to use a chisel that a tad bit under the weather. The one I found looked like it had been sharpened on
The Sandusky No 66 came to me in pretty good shape. The usual rust was on the metal parts, but no major pitting. The body was very dry. There was no checking or damage which was a very good thing. It makes the restoration a lot quicker. The iron was
I'm cracking down on my hand saw restoration in preparation for a video on sharpening and what saw to use and why. I've had this one saw sitting in my bundle that has irritated me since it's arrival. It has a red painted handle! Everything was painted from the saw