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Hi everyone, this coming weekend I will be starting the huge job of tidying my garage/shop. I have learned how to post pictures so intend to have shots of before & after & will include a pic of my new Slide miter saw & shop built mini router table. James.jj777746
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Bring it on James. You need to get an early start. LOL
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Have some fun while do the job.
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Sometimes the project name is Cleanup.
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ya done yet James???
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Sometimes that is the most important job on the to-do list.

Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.
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Amazing, as part of the process how many tools you will find that you didn’t know you had and now you have 2 or more.

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Sometimes the project name is Cleanup.
Ralph I looked at the first picture and thought that it was a picture after it was cleaned up compared it to my shop.

The second picture looks like before moving in.

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There is no reason to tell the other half how many tools you "found" during the cleanup and no reason you need to sell nor otherwise dispose of them.
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There is no reason to tell the other half how many tools you "found" during the cleanup and no reason you need to sell nor otherwise dispose of them.
I try to clean up a little everywhere I go... For instance, there was this mess on aisle 13 of the CPO Outlet, and I had to tidy it up a little. I ended up finding a Bosch rotary hammer that I didn't know I had(needed).

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