Close Ugly Gaps You can close a small miter gap by rubbing it with a screwdriver shank or any hard, smooth tool. We used the end of a utility knife. That crushes the wood fibers inward to make the gap disappear. Even professional woodworkers sometimes r
Tricks and Tips for Better Built-in Cabinets. Part furniture, part trim carpentry, built-in cabinets require that you fit square projects into an unsquare world where walls bulge, floors tilt, and ceilings slopes.
Right Angle Braces - Wood Mag Tip of the Day For each pair, start with a square of Baltic-birch plywood and cut it in half diagonally. Then cut notches for the clamps, above. You can vary sizes to suit larger or smaller projects. The braces help