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One of my friends and his wife are avid bowlers, and he came to me with a question: "I got a ton of bowling pins from an alley ...
I've seen a few methods for plastic removal on this site before, but I decided to take a new approach. You will need: -GOGGLES (trust me - the ...
After scoring the plastic with a razor knife (please cut AWAY from your body!) you can take your pliers and pull the plastic off in small sections.
I used a fine toothed sawblade on a compound miter saw, but switched to a ripping blade for subsequent cuts due to burning the wood while cutting these ...
My other friend's wife suggested the concept for this table, which involves suspending support rails into cutouts in the fattest part of the bowling pins. These pictures are ...
Wood Filler (I used WoodMax) is your best friend here - any rough patches or saw marks can be filled and sanded smooth again. Remember that we're still ...
A scrap block of wood here helps ensure that you don't get paint into the channel, which could impair installing the support rails in the next step.
For this step, I used 1X4 lengths of red oak, and PL375 construction adhesive to hold it all together. It is VERY important that you make sure your ...
After waiting a day or two for the glue to dry, prep the top of the table w/ 220 grit sandpaper. I also taped around the perimeter of ...
Here, I used a spray on red stain from Minwax - the aerosol mist was much easier to control, and I was able to get stain into crevices ...
Now you can attach legs, put glass on top, and do whatever you want to make this table your own! These are pictures of my finished project. ...
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