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My sister-in-laws bathroom countertop was getting a little crowded and mentioned to my wife that she wanted to buy a corner shelf. My wife then proceeded to tell ...
Materials: 1”x 10”x 6’ pine board #10 biscuits Glue Tools : Miter Saw Biscuit Jointer Orbital Sander Clamps Tape measure I used the miter saw cut the board ...
After the boards we cut to size I laid out the material so that I could visually see the shelf unit. With the material laid out, I then ...
After all the biscuit cuts and been made, I brushed on glue and added the biscuits to the joints, one joint at a time. I broke the gluing ...
After the glue had plenty of time to set up (about 4 hours). I used an orbital sander with 220 grit sand paper to smooth out the faces ...
To install the shelf I will drill two recessed holes at the top and bottom of the shelf “slabs” and anchor the shelf to the wall. The screw ...
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