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  1. Hello, I have purchased some hides that are now showing signs of mold on them. How can I remove the mold and make sure it doesn't return. Thanks
  2. Thanks alot. I did go ahead and attach the other slide and yes it made a big difference, its working like it should now. I just couldn't figure out how I would get it to hold up, without me having to hold it when I slid it out, and your advice solved my problem. Thanks again..
  3. No offense taken, and any critique helps. Yes its already too heavy with that folder in it. So you are saying I should use two slides for the drawer and that will keep it from sagging?
  4. After reevaluating my needs for a tool holder, I went all out and built a rolling cart, and here is the end product. I have 2 slide out shelves and 1 slide out side box. Its my first woodworking project, so I think it came out okay, for what I need.
  5. Thanks alot, just the finishes I'm looking for as well and the prices look reasonable.
  6. Thank you, that one is nice, but I would like to have some of my tools hanging, but I may be able to incorporate that type of design on a hanging rack of some sort.
  7. Yes, I've looked at ohio travel bag, but I don't have a wholesale account and their affiliate has it, but its pricey, and as I said I don't want to pay an arm and a leg for it at this time.
  8. Does anyone have a similar rack that they've made themselves similar to this, that will stand on a table. Is there a woodworking plan I could use? My tools have taken over my table, and I need one like this that I can make, I just need some other ideas on how to add drawers being that I've not worked with wood all that much. Thanks
  9. Hello everyone, I'm trying to locate a suppluer that carries these type of latches, but won't charge an arm and a leg for shipping them to Texas.
  10. Love the first bag, I've had a bag that I was working on very similar to your first one, but wanted to know how did you finish the sides of the bag, did you weave the handle/strap through the bottom or use any type of glue to hold the sides together? I'm at a stopping point because I want to weave the straps in but don't want to mess up either because its a nice piece of leather. Thanks in advance.
  11. Hi There, I'm very interested in making my own maul. Does anyone have any Ideas as far as the type of material I would need to make the head of the maul. I was thinking of getting a cutting board and trying to glue or melt the disc together somehow but not really sure about that approach, being that I don't have many tools around to attempt this, and I was looking at the Beary Mauls and I really like them, but the price tag is a bit much right now. Any Ideas, Thanks in advance.
  12. Thanks. I really appreciate it, I want to make a couple prototypes as samples to show to potential clients.
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