This two-board hair dryer stand speeds up paint and glue drying and frees up both of your hands for holding delicate projects. It stays put on a worktable without a clamp, so you can slide it around as needed. Use a hole saw to drill the hole for the hair dryer. If the drilled hole is undersized, use sandpaper or a rasp to make it just large enough for a snug fit. Then screw the 10-in. boards together to make a right angle.
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