Suar slab crack treatment

How to treat major and minor cracks on you raintree or also known as suar wood furnitures, or FB (Malaysian Raintree Furnitures)

How to Make a Modern Concrete Log Holder | RYOBI Nation

DIY Projects Made Easy! Learn how to make a Modern Concrete Log Holder to hold the firewood next to your fireplace. This is a collaborative project between DIY Pete and Ryobi Power Tools. The full, step-by-step post will be put up on their website. Thanks for checking out this concrete project video! Cheers

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Skonzig Log Carrier used in this video:

Ryobi was a fan of the Concrete Log Holder that we recently made, so we teamed up and decided to make a more modern, circular version of the concrete log holder. The step-by-step tutorial is on Ryobi Nation website, here. Below are a few photos of the build and some basic tools and supplies needed to make yours! Best of luck, cheers!

The aluminum flashing method is not the only way to do this, it was just the most affordable and easiest to find where I live. If you have access to things like Sono Tubes or other ways to form the circle for this concrete log holder, by all means go for it! Share your methods and ways of doing this modern concrete log holder in the comments below. Thanks!

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Mid-Century Modern Style Coffee Table Build

Mid-Century Modern Retro Style Coffee Table Build.
How to make an easy inexpensive retro mid century modern inspired coffee table.
I have a step by step instructional on the instructables website

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How to Make Floating Shelves – DIY Wood Floating Shelves

This DIY Wood Floating Shelf project is a great one for anyone looking to get into woodworking and for the more advanced, alike. It’s very budget friendly, does not take long to make, and they add a nice touch to any wall. Learn how to make your wood floating shelves!

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Vinegar and Steel Wool Tutorial Video:

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*Tools Needed
Circular Saw –
Table Saw –
Drill –
Kreg Jig –
Nail Gun –
Clamps –

Cut All of the Wood Pieces
We’ll start this project by marking and making cuts for all of the different pieces for the wood floating shelf. It basically consists of the 2×4 wood frame that screws into the studs in your wall and also the cedar picket shelf box that slides onto the frame. Take a look at the cut list in the free plans for dimensions and guidance. Sand the boards, once they’re cut to size.

Start Assembly, Making the Frame First
Once you have all of your pieces, we’ll make the 2×4 wood frame that’ll screw into the wall. Kreg Jig (pocket hole joinery) the short boards onto the longer board. Also screw in 3” wood screws from the opposite side, for more security. This frame will be completely hidden on the inside of the cedar shelf box, so once it’s made there is no need to finish this. You can leave it all rough.

Assemble the Cedar Box Shelf
Then we’ll put together the cedar box that will slide over the 2×4 frame, becoming the main shelf and the most visible part of this project. Dry fit all of the pieces to make sure your cuts were accurate, then add wood glue to the joints. Nail everything together with 1 ¼” nails and then let the glue dry.

Sand, Finish, and Let Cure
Sand the cedar box down to at least 220 grit with your orbital sander. The finishing process that I did for this project was the steel wool and vinegar solution/stain. Let your solution work its magic for a while and once to the desired color, seal it all up with a water-based spray polyurethane. The water-based sealer ensures that you won’t change the effect, patina, and color of the steel wool and vinegar solution.

Install the 2×4 Frame and the Cedar Shelf
Once the finishing process is done and everything has dried to the manufacturer’s recommended time, we can install it! We’ll first find the studs in the wall, should be about 16” apart. Then we’ll screw the 2×4 frame into the wall with 2 3” wood screws for each connection to the stud. Slide the cedar box shelf on and you’re done!
*Note: If you’re wanting a more secure shelf (maybe the kids could pull the shelf off of the frame) you can simply screw the shelf onto the 2×4 frame from the underside or topside.

You’ve done the work, now reap the benefits of your DIY Wood Floating Shelf or Shelves, in my case. Add what you want to them and share this project with your friends. Thanks for following along and be sure to check out the free, downloadable plans.

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DIY: Affordable & EASY Gold Desk Accessories | Whiskey & Whit

Are you looking for a simple “refresh: for 2016. I was, and I decided to start with my desk at work! I spend so much time there, I figured it was high time I gave it a makeover. Here is how I added some chic to my space – on a budget! I did all of these items for under $20!!





Rust-Oleum American Accents Ultra Cover 2x Spray Paint: Walmart

Painters Tape: Walmart

Bins: Dollar Tree
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Office Supplies: Dollar Tree
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Three Drawer Organizer: Walmart

Tape Dispenser: Walmart

All other items were repurposed from things I found around the office and at home! (i.e. Owl, Giant Clothes Pin, Frame, Small Metal Bins)







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BeatBuddy Mini Personal Drummer

Welcome back to ProGuitarShop and Today, we’re keeping time with the BeatBuddy Mini. The BeatBuddy Mini is a much smaller version of the original BeatBuddy, the groundbreaking personal drummer pedal that gives you real-time control of a virtual drummer without all the headaches of dealing with a real one. The BeatBuddy Mini contains over 100 songs from 24 different genres, so it’s not just geared towards rock musicians. The visual metronome makes it easy to stay in time with your personal drummer. A single footswitch and simple commands let you add fills, transitions, verse/chorus changes and the optional footswitch includes slick momentary switches for seamless control over many facets of the pedal, such as pausing and accents, while holding down footswitch accesses secondary functions such as Genre, Song or Tap Tempo. The BeatBuddy Mini takes control to the next level with its connectivity; players can connect it to an amp, headphones or even a set of PA speakers.

DIY Pallet TV Stand Ideas

Pallet wood art is wonderful option to decorate your home and different kinds of furniture items. TV stand is an important furniture item that you need in your home. Using pallets art unique and stylish TV stands can be created for your bedroom and living room. Firstly decide the location where you want to place your TV set and then select style from huge collection of pallet design that suits best your requirement. Old furniture items can provide you the sufficient pallet wood for creation of wonderful TV stand whether hanged on wall, placed in a corner or having shelves and drawers to keep TV accessories and other small objects. Different colours matching to your other furniture and room can be applied to give it more stylish look.