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Poppop
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a month ago

Whether that grey finish is a wash or just weathering, I doubt there's a stain that changes grey into the colour of the dinning table. I'd spend the t ...

Poppop
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August

Thanks Mitchell. I've edited the post and added a brief description of the build. Sorry there's no plans. Another project planned in my head.

Poppop
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August

My money would be spent on a clear marine Polyurethane too. Go for a couple of coats with a light sand with fine sandpaper in between coats. That will ...

Poppop
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      Like most things i make, there were no plans for this, just a picture in my head. Apart from the chrome curtain rods for the bars on t ...

Poppop
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August

I've only used stain twice. The first time was with a brush and once the residue was wiped away i didn't notice any brush marks. The second time i use ...

Poppop
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August

All great suggestions Mitchel. The only other alternative I can think of would be to use hardwood.

Poppop
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August

If you use a circular saw, set up a "fence" as shown in the photo I've attached. This will allow you to run the edge of the saw along the fence to hel ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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3 weeks ago

Hi @Poppop, What a fantastic project! I'm sure your grandkids will be very excited to climb on them. After seeing a couple of similar designs with ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
a month ago

Hi @tisme, I apologise for the delay in my reply. If you are happy with the look of the chipboard and simply want to bind and seal the particl ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
2 replies
August

Hi @Poppop, Many thanks for sharing your project with the community. That looks extremely well made, is it all made from timber as it's hard to te ...

robchin
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October 2018

I like these. So simple and useful. Well done PopPop.

jaronemo
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February

Here’s some shots of the mid-way. Things I learned:- when you buy timber you can get a complimentary trailer for 2hrs- don’t then load that trailer wi ...

jaronemo
Budding Contributor
February

So we built the shelf in a day (a very long one due to too many tools getting lost in a messy worksite and a change of plans at the start). Used 70x35 ...

jaronemo
Budding Contributor
February

Thanks heaps @Poppop. I'll post my photo results this weekend.

Community Manager Jason
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November

Hi @yurbert, Welcome to Workshop. You've come to the right place as our clever and creative members are always sharing ideas and inspiration. Let ...

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Poppop
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Poppop
Experienced Contributor
a month ago

Whether that grey finish is a wash or just weathering, I doubt there's a stain that changes grey into the colour of the dinning table. I'd spend the t ...

Poppop
Experienced Contributor
August

My money would be spent on a clear marine Polyurethane too. Go for a couple of coats with a light sand with fine sandpaper in between coats. That will ...

Poppop
Experienced Contributor
3 replies

      Like most things i make, there were no plans for this, just a picture in my head. Apart from the chrome curtain rods for the bars on t ...

Poppop
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
August

I've only used stain twice. The first time was with a brush and once the residue was wiped away i didn't notice any brush marks. The second time i use ...

Poppop
Experienced Contributor
August

All great suggestions Mitchel. The only other alternative I can think of would be to use hardwood.

Poppop
Experienced Contributor
August

If you use a circular saw, set up a "fence" as shown in the photo I've attached. This will allow you to run the edge of the saw along the fence to hel ...

Poppop
Experienced Contributor
July

Hi. Dressed pine is fairly smooth when you get it. So unless it receives any scratches or dings it should only need a light sand with 240 paper(or eve ...

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