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Blog series by Jeff updated 08-27-2015 11:06 AM 5 parts 7691 reads 18 comments total

Part 1: Rough Framing, Counter Top Progress

12-20-2014 09:37 PM by Jeff | 2 comments »

Not really going to get into much detail unless some of you have questions, mainly just going to post pics for those who like seeing projects in progress and ultimately a finished project. a lot of woodworking in this series so stay tuned if you want to see what I hope to be a really neat kitchen. :-) Most of this should be self explanatory, but just to highlight: wood eating counter, concrete counter tops, antiqued off white cabinets with some brick around the stove area. Large Pic ...

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Part 2: Page 2

12-20-2014 09:56 PM by Jeff | 5 comments »

Just more progress pics. Large Pic Large Pic Large Pic Large Pic Large Pic Large Pic Large Pic Large Pic Large Pic Large Pic Large Pic Large Pic Large Pic Large Pic Large Pic Large Pic Large Pic Large Pic Thanks for stopping by!! Cheers – Jeff

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Part 3: Progress and a Question

12-30-2014 07:20 PM by Jeff | 3 comments »

Greetings, was going to wait till I was a little further along before posting anymore pics but I have a question about sealing the bottom side of the real wood. Had to build this in place due to having to go around the posts but it is possible to separate the real wood from the osb and lift it up a couple of feet if necessary and coat the bottom with a poly. question is; is it really necessary being on top of the osb which has several layers of packing tape that prevented the real wood fro...

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Part 4: Just some more progress pics

01-29-2015 05:35 PM by Jeff | 3 comments »

It has been a while, out of state family visits and of course the holidays takes a toll on progress. Dan Krager, Grumpymike, if you are reading this, thank you for replies on the last update, I knew coating the bottom was the wise choice and I thank you for pushing me over the edge to get er done. :) Here are just some progress pics, but have to tell you; getting really tired of glue, clamps and sandpaper! lol Large Pic Large Pic Large Pic Large Pic Large Pic Large Pic...

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Part 5: Staining and Waterlox finish

08-27-2015 11:06 AM by Jeff | 5 comments »

Finely got around to staining and finishing the top; kinda forced into it do to our annual corn roast where friends and family from all over the country get together and the wife put her foot down and said we need a place to site for meals plus I needed to make bar stools as well. This counter top has sat unfinished for more than 5 months with many temperature and humidity changes so I think acclamation was complete. These first few pics are of the top re-sanded and wet down for grain rais...

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