Bonnie Anderson: hey this is just wonderful, thanks for all you share!
orlos The Druid: those stip magnets are awesome....get them a ton cheaper from Harbor Freight
paul sway: thats a great hanging system i am going for that as i have many stuff to hang up but what the angle cut on the cleats
51249ca: where'd he get that shop apron from?
Martyn Pope: how would you use this method when the item you are fixing has a recessed board like a Headboard?
Conor Hulgraine: thats deadly so easy but i never would have thought of doing that
Jay Classen: Hi , I'm Pete you got good ideas please let me know when you got some new ones thanks. I want to start my garage with the French cleats thanks
tony davies: Great video,thanks for posting,also can you use MDF because its cheaper than ply and i am on a budget at the moment
Yarnell Wash: Really nice video on french cleat system. I built a new workshop for the first time but found out I was hurting for room to hang stuff, and your video helped me out a lot. My son told me about french cleats and I had no idea what he was talking about. French cleat system is going to help in making adjustments in case I decide I have move something. By way ... and it's going to sound nuts but I built all my walls to my shop out of pallet wood. Like plywood sheets. Didn't think it would be possible, but it worked and just finished it. Now I need to find some spray to fill in the small spaces of the wood, however, as it is now, no rain or wind can enter the shop. Shop is 15' x 16'. Thanks.
Sean Rhoades: For the clutter, French Cleats seem to be the best.
Jeannie Robertson: Thanks for the helpful video, Trip. I need to hang a large, heavy chalkboard in my classroom which already has the wood cut and attached to the backside of the board. Mounting the chalkboard to the wall doesn't seem like such a big task now. Thanks again! Jeannie
Jp Hek: Good idea, I'm gonna use it in my garage Greetings from Holland
Baykut Burak Bozca: Good ideas .. Thanks ...
Alexander DeMarquis: we just watch the videos because he so cute lol...
kscamara123: Unjustified under use but a great solution --- thank you!
608johnny: worked installing millwork in NYC for decades french cleats is the commercial way we install upper cabinets
Selandry1: Already used your lumber rack system and I agree that the French cleats are the way to go as I remodel my shop. Thanks for the great video.
Courtney Hinson: SS
Thank you for the comments. I just watched your video in the French cleat system and the simplicity if it blew me away. I'm new to wood working and is becoming my hobby since I'm about to retire from the military. One question I could use your help on is how to cover the ends of boards? I've been using the Kreg jig a lot but there is and end always showing that just doesn't look good. Any advice?