News - 2015

  • Remove Dents with Steam

    Posted by Kreg Tool Company on 12/29/2015
    Shallow surface dents can often be lifted with steam. We'll show you how in today's tip.
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  • Two-Tier Shoe Shelf

    Posted by Kreg Tool Company on 12/22/2015
    FREE Project Plan: Here's a simple two-tier shoe organizer that keeps several pairs of shoes tidy and visible.
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  • Make Mistakes Disappear

    Posted by Kreg Tool Company on 12/15/2015
    While they may not be able to cover every mistake, when used correctly, wood fillers can make minor flaws virtually disappear.
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  • Make Mistakes Disappear

    Posted by Kreg Tool Company on 12/15/2015
    While they may not be able to cover every mistake, when used correctly, wood fillers can make minor flaws virtually disappear.
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  • How to Pick the Perfect Finish

    Posted by Kreg Tool Company on 11/24/2015
    Find the best finish for just about any project using these simple techniques.
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  • Wooden Gift Box

    Posted by Kreg Tool Company on 11/17/2015
    FREE Project Plan: Make the gifts you give even more special by presenting them in this one-of-a-kind gift box.
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  • Solving Scratches

    Posted by Kreg Tool Company on 11/10/2015
    If you've built a table or shelf with your Kreg Jig®, chances are good that eventually it will end up with a scratch or two that expose the bare wood beneath the finish. Learn how to repair them here.
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  • Create Decorative Profiles

    Posted by Kreg Tool Company on 11/3/2015
    If you've ever admired the decorative edge on a table top, picture frame, or cabinet door, you may have wished that you could dress up your projects the same way. Click to learn how.
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  • Clamping Options for the Kreg Jig® R3

    Posted by Kreg Tool Company on 10/26/2015
    When it comes to clamping, you've got options with the Kreg Jig® R3.
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  • Screw Material Matters

    Posted by Kreg Tool Company on 10/20/2015
    Probably the most-commonly overlooked factor when it comes to deciding which screw is best for a specific task, is the material it's made from. Here are some general guidelines.
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