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 Post subject: Non-sharpening question for Shaun
PostPosted: Tue Sep 30, 2014 1:38 am 

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Hi Shaun, this may be a silly question, but in all your videos you just swipe debris (onion skins, pepper cores, whatever), off to your right. Do you have a gigantic garbage bin there or something? Do you have a picture of your setup you can post? It's been bugging me, because if I did that, all my garbage would end up on the floor! :D


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 Post subject: Re: Non-sharpening question for Shaun
PostPosted: Tue Sep 30, 2014 2:19 pm 
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Hahaha, I was waiting for that question for a while!

It's actually my kitchen trash can; Just a standard one with a lid that sometimes doubles as a backboard. ;)

I have pretty good aim, but occasionally I do get stuff on the floor. Thankfully the tile cleans up pretty easily.

A while ago I decided it was too much trouble to keep all the trash on the board and still make a clean presentation for video, so I found of a quick-n-dirty method for disposing of the waste: Throw it! :mrgreen:



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