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  1. New and Improved Shop Dust Pan

    Well, I had to improve my shop dust pan design and add a woodworking theme to it. What else but a hand saw? and a rip saw to boot. Check my previous project for more detail.
  2. Shop dustpan

    I've been needing a dust pan for my shop for a while. I have a cheap one, but in order to sweep up, I end up having to bend down, and with my bad back, that's no fun. So when I saw the one in Popular Woodworking by The Schwarz, I added that to my to-do list. I cut a couple pieces of elm for the...
  3. Dust Pans from Empty Cans •

    July 7, 2012 Many years ago I made this dust pan from a 5 gallon metal can.You might find one this size at a restaurant near you. These are easy to make. You just get a tin snip and cut away what you don't want. Then you add a long wooden handle. But for today, here's another idea for another...
  4. Handles for broom and dust pan, in mahogany and red tip photinia

    The plastic handles broke on these, so I just grabbed some wood off the shelf and replaced them.
  5. Cleaning up

    Getting too creaky to stoop down with a dust pan. And, I'm too cheap to go buy one after my old one broke! Lol ! So…one shop project cranked out today and a problem solved. It's all scrap oak, pine & plywood I had laying around, along with an old dowel that was begging to be put to use. Add a...
  6. Pure Functionality - Shop Dust Pan and Broom Holder

    She's not pretty but she works really well. I made it from 3/4" pine shelving and an old faded sign I got at my work. I am going to have to buy a new broom. My old one has sat in the corner so long it looks like the wicked witch of the west rode in on it.
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