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  1. Great work. You inspired me to try Odie’s Oil. I’m going to give it a go on my current build, which is almost ready for a finish.

    I’m not sure how well that tool works for inserting brass inserts, I’ve had bad luck with these until I tried this:


    Just take a bolt that fits the insert, screw it into the insert, then put a nut flush against the insert, and a second nut to lock the first. This works perfectly every time. You can also remove a brass insert easily this way. Just screw in the bolt, tighten the nut against it and lock with a second nut. Works every time.

  2. One more note, the side of the insert that has the slot goes down into the wood. It isn’t meant to be turned with a screw driver. Not sure how many of these I ruined like this.

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