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POLL: Most Used/Useful Non-Specialized Tool? (Final Round)


340 votes were cast.


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IronDuke596 Supporting Member of TMP writes:

Wine bottle corks to mount figures for easy handling while painting.


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
tweezers
27
8%
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popsicle sticks
21
6%
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paintbrush
56
16%
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Elmer's Glue
17
5%
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toothpicks
27
8%
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white glue
21
6%
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X-acto knife
153
45%
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no opinion/none of these
18
5%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

Jakse375 Inactive Member muses...

Looking about my desk today, I came to contemplate the tools of our hobby. When I say 'specialized', what I mean is that it's a tool that can be purchased from a miniature company for the express purpose of gaming (i.e., side cutters, pin vise, Xacto-style knives, files, glues, etc.). If you can buy it from a distributor, it doesn't count. So what item not expressly marketed for gaming purposes do you use the most?

For me, it's wax paper - liner for my wet pallet, and low-stick table cover when gluing and flocking bases. A close second would be flat-head 2" nails that I glue minis to to paint.

(Finalists taken from this previous poll.)