|Easier With a Handle|
|Too Thick in the Middle|
Of course, I had to perform a Pegandectomy to put this mallet on the wall. Hey, I'm a teacher and part of my credential allows me to make up words as needed! This mallet is a bit fatter than the old one.
|Out With the Old|
The first step to a successful Pegandectomy is to surgically remove the old peg.
|Replacement Peg being Bored|
This is followed by carefully boring another hole to compensate for the larger girth of the replacement mallet.
|Looks Like it Belongs|
The new peg is carefully sized and inserted with compatible glue and allowed to dry. No stitches or sutures required if sized properly! As you can see, the entire Pegandectomy operation was a success and the flame Birch mallet has found itself a new home!