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Carrying sheetgoods


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Linda Whyte writes:

To move or carry a sheet of plywood around, slip a garden hoe beneath the bottom center of the piece.

Hold the top edge of the plywood with one hand and the hoe's handle with the other.

Now, maneuver those awkward sheetgoods around the workshop or in from your vehicle.

This is a great solution when a second pair of hands isn't available.

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