How to Start a Flea Market Business
At the top of my project list this year is another tool cabinet. Staying organized is a talent I admire, but not one I was born with. I become so caught up in cutting, drilling, gluing and clamping that soon my shop looks like the local flea market. There's a lot of advice about how to stay organized, but I rank having enough storage space as my number-one method. So every few years I find myself building another tool cabinet. Staying organized has many benefits mainly it means less time searching for tools and more time using them.
Last year made my wife a window bench that required 92 mortise and tenon joints. After fine-tuning two or three tenons with a chisel, I realized I needed a rabbet plane to speed up the process. Of course, I didn't have one. Rabbet planes can be expensive, so I thought I'd make one. I know that sounds daunting, but I'm a mechanic and I had a 15 flea-market block plane that was begging to be transformed into a better tool
Next, clean the accumulated grease and grime from all the unpainted parts. I place the small ones in a wire basket that I found at a flea market (Photo 3), but a strainer-a kitchen utensil-would work just as well. Set aside the plane's body and frog for now, because degreasers usually soften their paint.
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