Posted by Stan in Oly, WA on July 03, 2013 at 10:53:13 from (126.96.36.199):
I have a few tools such as shovels, hedge clippers, and others which also have wooden handles which are subject to a lot of stress in use. Several of these tools have broken handles which I have repaired by gluing, after which I don't trust them very much. I put a couple of hose clamps on the glued handle of a good pair of hedge trimmers as a temporary measure, but so much time has gone by that it's hard to pretend that that's temporary any more.
Does anyone have a good method for strengthening and finishing off this kind of repair? This falls into the category of puttering---none of these tools are the only one of its type that I have, although sometimes the broken handled tool is the best one, or an old favorite.
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