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Old 02-03-2006, 05:33 AM
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Tip Of The Day #42

Ok, here's another tip of the day.
For all those different size sanding blocks, here's a cutter for
cutting sheets of sandpaper down to size.
All it is is a scrap piece of plywood and a hacksaw blade fastened to it.
Draw lines on the wood for your different cut sizes, and label them.
Just slide your paper under the blade until it lines up
with the marked line and tear away.
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Old 02-03-2006, 07:14 AM
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Cool tool Jim.
I use one of these.

I take a Sharpie and outline my different size's needed and wack off several at one time.
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Very cool Jim.

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Picked up an old paper cutter at the school flea market for $1.00 and it works great for cutting paper.
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