The Best Way to Save Hardwood Scraps
It's not a bad idea to keep some concrete form tubes around the shop for hardwood scraps.
Perfect Storage Containers For Hardwood Scraps
Short hardwood scraps are too good to throw away but hard to store neatly. So I bought a 4-ft. tube form made for concrete footings, cut it in half (the cardboard-like material cuts easily) and set the tubes on end. I tack the tubes to a wall or a bench leg so they don’t fall over. With the hardwood scraps stored upright, it’s easy to find a piece just the right length. Tube forms are available in various diameters for $5 and up at home centers. — Bill Wells