Or, you could just lay a piece of wood on the paper, and tear it .
Or, you could fold it, and cut it with a knife, scissors, or whatever.
Just something more to clutter up the shop with, and to not be able to
find when you want it.
Just pretend I'm not here. That's what I'm doing.
I've been using one similar to this for a long time. I have a ledge to act
as a stop to cut the sheets in thirds. It's hanging from the wall and is
used in that position so it isn't underfoot and it can't get lost. I use
it 3-4 times a day when I'm turning bowls & such.
I keep an old pair of heavy duty scissors on hand for cutting. Cuts
sandpaper, cardboard, thin sheet metal, rubber and most anything else that's
flexible. Not as fashionable as a hacksaw blade, but definitely more
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