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  1. Hickory floors

    Been working on this this past week. We have the back entry way and powder room left to finish. It's been some late nights but worth it. It is pre-finished rustic hickory 3-1/4" wide. The brand is Bruce. It installed really nice. There are a few ruff boards or spots in the boards that I will...
  2. Home Salon + Floating Shelf Trick

    My wife is a very talented hair stylist. She was cutting hair in one of the downstairs rooms which became the baby room… so now she has taken over the loft upstairs. Because of the amount of sweeping to take place I framed out the floor and then installed snap lock wood/laminate flooring on...
  3. Mojo! Repurposed Wood Flooring for Wood Tile Wall at Stairway Inset

    This is a follow up from a smaller wood tile wall inset above my fireplace mantle. http://lumberjocks.com/projects/87848 I was able to complete this in the same time as the smaller inset as my learning curve shortened quite a bit. Each piece is 4 1/4" squared and thicknesses were randomly...
  4. Wood Flooring Scraps for Inset Wall

    I have a friend who is wood floor installer and he let me have his waste from prior projects to create this decorative inset at an inset wall above my mantle and T.V. The picture does not seems to do justice on how the light reflects of the variation of thicknesses and shadowing but would be...
  5. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I've been wanting a Bailey's No. 6 plane for quite a while, been keeping my eye out for a used one and even considered buying a new one. Well my patience paid off. Was checking eBay for one last month as I've done many a time and came across one for $29.95 'Buy It Now'. Looked good in the...
  6. Finishing
    im seeing using 320 grit for a light sanding as the most common response across the web? directions are sand after coat has sat for more than 24 hours clean dust off I see not to use tack cloths or steel wool maybe use a damp rag, but not mineral spirits I put 3 coats of poly on and will sand...
  7. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    Drooling over new tools (https://www.lumberjocks.com/topics/311043) was nothing compared to the months I have wasted deciding on what kind of floor to install in my barn. I want to move my wood shop out of the garage and into the barn, because we want to make the garage into a nice space for...
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