As a little kid I used to go painting with my mom, plain air oils for her and watercolours or pastels for me (I was four). This week I purchased some used oil paint supplies and thought “I’ll dig out mom’s old brushes!” Well, they are rock hard, like my watercolours in the previous post. And check out the condition of the one in the second pic! Finally retiring them to a pot on my desk where I can enjoy the for what they are and what they meant to my mom. 🎨👨🎨🖼
So I’ve never worked with pallet wood before and I got lucky with my first one.... this one has some maple on it!! After effortlessly tearing through those nails with the @diablo_tools general purpose blade I took it over to the miter saw to take a look at the end grain! Yup! It’s maple! Is it typical to find hardwoods in pallets?? #ad#thdprospective
Melissa Street from Epic Makeup shares her go to’s on a busy set. We’re just tickled pink we get to be alongside for the ride. If you are a makeup artist please do yourself a favour and go follow @epicmakeup - you will thank Melissa later!!
👷🏻♀️I’m still getting used to using a sawzall...... 🤗what a cool tool!!! I’m starting to think🤔 it really might ‘saw all’😆. Come to find out though, I was using it wrong at times🤦🏻♀️. My natural instinct was to move the saw back and forth🤷🏻♀️.....I know.....wrong technique🤷🏻♀️. Eventually, I learned (am learning) to let the saw do the work which makes it a lot easier😁. We are removing the burned floor joists and are replacing them with new ones. We’re doing this in sections as I mentioned in another post.😁💕💕 #sawzalltime#girlswhodemo#dirtyjobs#barnbeamjoist#sawzall#girlswhobuild
Have you gone cordless? What do you consider cordless? Do you have a cord on site to charge batteries?
We still use a cord, for many tasks. Routering anything, as they don’t make a tough enough cordless model. Charging batteries with the @ridgidpowertools 5-way splitter. Along with many other things.. We won’t be ditching the cord anytime soon!
What do you use a cord for still?