Trimwork & Cabinetry
The humble drop cloth, protector of floors and furniture from paint drips and sawdust and fragments of fiberglass like stiffer bits of spiderweb ...
Zero-clearance inserts reduce tearout and improve safety on a tablesaw
Fitting finished stair parts that are too narrow and too deep
Matt Jackson demonstrates how to use a paper bag as a buffer after spraying catalyzed laquer on coffered ceiling parts.
Budget-consious, stain-grade stringers with some non-traditional joints.
The trick to a long miter joint is flat, straight stock. And a lot of clamps.
When bridging an opening in the base cabinets, don't rely on the wall to dictate cabinet placement. Use a straightedge to align the faces of the cabinets on either side.