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While it may not be the "right" thing to do, you can definitely connect them without creating too much of a weak point. Replacing them completely will look more streamlined and will be stronger. However, if it would be indefeasible to do so (it'd pra
Many, many thanks to the replies! Well, being I am a teacher, I thought this would be a nice summer project. . I plan on dis-assembling the pallets first
I've experimented with oiling wood (for a few years, about ten years ago) and I've never seen oil make the wood rancid (I know wikipedia says it does), but if it's a concern use mineral oil (which won't become rancid). The real drawback is that any-o
Building an outdoor deck is a great way to increase your home's value and improve the look of your home's exterior. A well-constructed wooden deck creates an inviting extension of your home. The cost of constructing a deck depends on the amount of wo
Wear a helmet and protective padding. Skateboarding can be a dangerous sport, so it is important to protect yourself by wearing the proper gear. [12] Always wear a helmet, wrist guards, and elbow pads when you are skateboarding
The following is all my opinion~ Quote: Homeowners always seriously overfasten drywall. 5" spacing on the butt joints is fine, but not necessary at the corners. Four or five nails or screws on a four foot corner joint is plenty
Be Prepared The most challenging part of this project is the tabletop and its through-mortise-and-tenon corners. I recommend you use full-scale plans, as I find they help to avoid errors. You can either scale up the included plans or print a download