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    Kirstpaul is offline Junior Member
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    Question Woodwork Tools

    My OH is a joiner, would there be a problem with him bringing any of his tools?

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    kokopeli is offline God like figure
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    Make sure he cleans everything properly and they'll be fine. Scrub them with hot water and disinfectant to remove any obvious dirt, dust and shavings, dry them and wipe with WD40 to stop them going rusty in the container. Swap the plugs on any 240V electric tools when you get here and Bob (as they say) is your uncle.

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    Default Koko's advice is good ... as usual!

    I would add that your husband make sure the box labels and shipping manifest/inventory reflect that the tools are 'woodworking tools', rather than just 'tools.' Depending on your MAF inspector, they might not even bother with them.
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