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Power-plane dust bag

At times I have to use my power plane in finished rooms, and without a dust bag the chips generated by the tool make a real mess. My plane came without a dust bag, so I made my own by cutting the legs off a pair of panty hose. I tucked one inside the other, and slipped the open end over the chip discharge port. Held in place by a sturdy rubber band, the bag works well.

Theodore F. Haendel, Great Neck, NY