The older I get, the harder it is to see the teeth of my scrollsaw blades to make sure they go into the saw right-side up.

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The older I get, the harder it is to see the teeth of my scrollsaw blades to make sure they go into the saw right-side up. So when I buy a new bundle of blades, I figure out which end is up, and dip that end of the blades into a bottle of brightly colored model paint. The blade always goes into the scrollsaw with the painted end up. For quick identification, I dip blades of different types or tooth-counts into different colors.

—Henry Worrells, North Fort Myers, Fla.