Two tools for tight miterscomments (3) May 18th, 2009 in Blogs
Not every tool that you read about in this blog will be brand-spankin’ new.
That’s because some of the best tools have been around for years, but the small "mom and pop" companies don’t have deep pockets for marketing campaigns and mass-retailing. So, unless somebody you know uses them, or you see a photo in your favorite magazine (ok, fine...your second favorite magazine), you don’t know they exist.
Well, hopefully The Clam Clamps and Miter Clamps will both be new to you. If not, then it’s a chance for you to chime in (add a comment, below) and share your approval or other opinions with the guys/gals who aren’t in the know…
I’m in the middle of a whole-house trim job right now. The works: base, case, two-piece crown, paneled wainscot with two-piece cap, and window wainscots in every room. Needless to say, there are miters by the million. I'll post photos in our gallery when the job is done, but for now trust me on these two tools. Without them I’d be lost.
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