Joined: Sat Dec 11, 2010 7:59 pm Posts: 35 Location: Vancouver, B.C.
My waxing bench looks like this when it is setup for use:
And it looks like this when it is in "store out of the way" mode:
I have a small apartment, so this is an ideal setup. I do the ironing inside where it is warm (so the wax will spread easily) & then the scraping outside on my balcony (where the wax flakes won't all fall on my carpet)... so this setup is nice and light for moving inside and out also.
I realize this setup is not exactly what the original poster was asking about, since it does not have a good option for holding things while "sharpening". But thought I would share it, in case someone else out there with limited space issues found it useful. (Note: for sharpening, I just hold the board up with my left hand & run the file with my right hand).
Got 'em on sale from Canadian Tire for $9.99 a piece (Regular $49.99 - they go on sale every few months though). They are fully customizable to the length of different boards (just move them closer or further apart). And they come with a foam/rubber layer pre-installed on top, to help keep your board stuck in place!
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