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Woodworking with hand tools is an impressive feat and the best of the best learn to hone their use. We would love to help you with that feat. Watch our videos highlighting hand tool tips and techniques you may apply to your woodworking projects.

Woodworking with hand tools is an impressive feat and the best of the best learn to hone their use. We would love to help you with that feat. Watch our videos highlighting hand tool tips and techniques you may apply to your woodworking projects.

You’ll need a whetstone and some lubricating oil. Notice the two different colors in the stone. The stone has a coarse side and a fine side. For honing, use the fine side. If you manage to chip a chisel, or otherwise damage it, and really need to remove some metal to make it right, start on the coarse side. Saturate the stone with oil. This prevents the metal filings, called swarf, from clogging up the stone.

You’ll need a whetstone and some lubricating oil. Notice the two different colors in the stone. The stone has a coarse side and a fine side. For honing, use the fine side. If you manage to chip a chisel, or otherwise damage it, and really need to remove some metal to make it right, start on the coarse side. Saturate the stone with oil. This prevents the metal filings, called swarf, from clogging up the stone.

George Vondriska demonstrates the best way to sharpen woodworking chisels at the right angle using Darex equipment. A WoodWorkers Guild of America (WWGOA) original video.

George Vondriska demonstrates the best way to sharpen woodworking chisels at the right angle using Darex equipment. A WoodWorkers Guild of America (WWGOA) original video.

This is an easy project you can do with just a few supplies laying around the garage! Perfect for that blank wall in your home where you never knew what to hang.

This is an easy project you can do with just a few supplies laying around the garage! Perfect for that blank wall in your home where you never knew what to hang.