Rather than throw away foam brushes after using them, Darrel Mathieu of Luck, Wisconsin, recycles them to use as glue spreaders. First he removes the foam to expose the underlying plastic brace. Then he cuts the brace to the size or shape of the area to which he’s applying glue. For example, Darrel says that he’ll often replicate mating router joint profiles. When he’s finished with the job, he cleans the spreaders for reuse.
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