Thursday, August 27, 2009

Faith And Wood-Works Part II
Where lumber meets theology

For the benefit of those who don't normally follow this blog, I've recently discovered the joys of woodworking. And being the novice I am, it's not that unusual for me to be 1/16th or so off.

And because of that, I've come to the conclusion that 30 grit sandpaper is the woodworking version of Charity --- it covers a multitude of sins.

2 Comments:

Blogger Former Altar Boy said...

As long as you measured 1/16th too long. The sandpaper won't put anything back if you cut short! (That's what shims and Plasctic Wood are for!) BTW, a heavy duty rasp can do wonders, too.

11:20 AM  
Blogger GOR said...

A belt sander can also 'correct' some errors of measurement - and with a lot less effort.

And Liquid Nails are as much a godsend as duct tape...!

7:57 AM  

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