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#1 posted 09-29-2014 04:00 PM

My first post…. Hi everyone.. Interesting site.. I have woodworked all my life, 70 years old..

Have done some carving.. About 30 years ago I carved a mother holding a baby in walnut relief about 12” by 16”.

Gave it to my granddaughter recently.. My question is about sanding.. a lot can be hand sanded but in tight radius’s in end grain it is tough.. Any ideas? I had an idea, an Oral B electric tooth brush with a small custom sandpaper head. Thanks in advance. Ron

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