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FAQ

How Ordering Works

In order to purchase any product recommended on this website, simply follow the 5 step process below.

After watching the video sales letter or reading a written sales page, an add to cart button will appear. Often times, the add to cart button is delayed until it is spoken about in the video.

Refreshing the page will always make it appear if that is the case.

Sometimes vendors may offer the option for monthly newsletters or memberships. Other times this is not available.

If it is available, then at this point you may decide if you want to add this to your order or not.

Usually, these offers do come with trial periods in order for you to evaluate if this is something relevant to your needs.

Enter your credit card details and email address, and order the product.

You may be offered some additional upgrades to your purchase that you might find helpful.

Although not essential, we do encourage you to consider them since many are limited offers or one-time-upgrades in nature.

You will be given instant online members access AND you will be emailed access to the members area. You may need to check your spam folder just in case your login details have gone there (in which case we recommend white-listing our emails for future communications.

After this, feel free to contact us if you have any further questions!

Orders & Refunds

The products we promote on this website are only available by digital download.

That means you receive full access to a members area, your login details will be given to you after you make your purchase, and you will also be emailed these details.

You may need to check your spam folder in case any login details have been sent there.

  • For digital orders, we have a 60 day money back guarantee
  • To request a refund for digital orders please email us at strictlywoodworking@gmail.com with your ClickBank receipt.

 

Memberships

Your login details have automatically been emailed to you in your members welcome letter.

Please check that the email isn’t spam blocked or in your junk mail folder. When you do find it, add the email address to your ‘safe senders’ list!

References

Feirer, John L. (1988). Cabinetmaking and Millwork. Mission Hills California: Glencoe Publishing.  ISBN 0-02-675950-0.

Frid, Tage (1979). Tage Frid Teaches Woodworking. Newton, Connecticut: Taunton Press.  ISBN 0-918804-03-5.

Joyce, Edward (1987). Encyclopedia of Furniture Making. revised and expanded by Alan Peters. New York: Sterling Publishing Co. ISBN 0-8069-6440-5.

Roubo, André Jacob (1769–1784). The Art of the Joiner. Paris: French Academy of Sciences.

Forest Products Laboratory. 1999. Wood handbook—Wood as an engineering material. Gen. Tech. Rep. FPL–GTR–113. Madison, WI: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory. 463 p.

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