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  1. Front Load Washer / Dryer Pedistal

    This was actually my second woodworking project that I built 3 months ago. It just took that long to find four strong backs to lift the washer and dryer into place. I put a pull-out shelf on one end for detergent, bleach etc. per my wife's orders. Front Load w/d are back breakers, but now it's...
  2. Saw Station

    I finally decided to get things more organized and build a miter saw bench and storage. I incorporated the bench into the wood rack I built earlier. The outside is maple with just Arm-a-seal to protect it. I got the counter top from Lowe's for $46, and made the fence out of maple with t-slots...
  3. Wrap Around Top

    This was an experiment on joints, the teacher said make a stool with 3 joints, so I made 40+ joints on this stool. All the wood in this class was paid for by the tuition. At a cost 300$, I used about 800$ worth of Maple. The class required 3 completed prejects I made 28 projects. It sure was fun!!
  4. Blogs
    Varnish vs Polyurethane Varnish vs. Polyurethane Before we dig into the details, let's talk about why we need different finishes for outdoor applications. Any wood that is used outside is going to be exposed to a wide range of climate conditions, as well as a good dose of damaging UV rays...
  5. Finishing
    Most of you know that I'm not an advanced craftsman. I have been making some mitered corner craftsman boxes with with keys in the corners for a couple of months and I want to put a Watco Danish Oil Finish with a topcoat on them. I sand my boxes to 320. I apply the Danish Oil and after 15 minutes...
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