Hand plane PodCast

Just found this website tonight. If you can get through PodCast #25 without picking up your hand plane and making shavings, than you have better will power than I!
http://www.woodworkingonline.com/category/podcast /
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Brian
www.garagewoodworks.com
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Your posting was very timely for me. I had some glue smeared on the face of a table I'm making. The glue is near an inside corner and I didn't like the idea of using sandpaper and making things worse. After seeing the card scraper video,I searched for a scraper I bought years ago but never used. Did a first pass of sharpening and started scraping. I got some shavings and dust but the glue smear is gone and smooth enough to put finish on.
All I've got to do now is a little sanding, a few coats of shellac, attach hardware, and I'm done.
The table is a Huntboard, six legged version out of Popular Woodworking a few years ago.
Thanks for the website pointer,
Otoe
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On Wed, 30 Apr 2008 09:04:16 -0400, Otoe wrote:

I just got done reading the latest Woodworking Magazine and there's a tip in there for using razor blades as scrapers in a pinch. Put it to work on a glue up later that night.
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