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Sand and paint the interior components. 

Then, sand and apply the polyurathane to the sides. 

For all the pieces, I applied one coat, then lightly sanded it after it was dry, then applied a 2nd coat.

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Similar to what they use in comic book shops.
#2 son just walked past the computer and said they had one like that in his first classroom, but with a dinosaur painted on each end.<br><br>Nice project, BTW.
Thanks for the kind words! My daughter tells me her class really likes the bookcase. It was a fun project.
If they're worth doing, aren't they all fun?<br><br>
Awwww, this is great. I loved building stuff for my kid's teachers. These projects are the most worthwhile because you know it will get used (and abused - dare the kids to jump on it because you overengineered it) and you can make something that the class could not afford. All that a teacher needs to do is ask, and someone with a garage full of tools is out there ready and willing to make something.
My favourite past time is building stuff for the local kindergarten class. I'm going to make another rack for the inside and put it on hinges so the teacher has more storage. Castors is also a great idea I'll make use of too.
<em>&quot;All that a teacher needs to do is ask, and someone with a garage full of tools is out there ready and willing to make something.&quot;</em><br> That is the most quotable line I've read all day.<br> <br> Also, nice instructable.<br>
very nice idea i may make one for the church preschool it would also be cool to paint the sides with chalkboard paint so the teachers can write on them

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