Introduction: Magnetic Beer Bottle Cap Catcher

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I found a pretty cool beer bottle opener at a yard sale and I figured I would just slap it to a piece of wood. Then Pinterest happened and I saw all of these designs and found the one with a magnet hidden in the wood and I figured I would give it a try, so here it is!!!

Step 1: Tools Needed

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Miter saw, hammer, chisel, hole saw, stain, gorilla glue, and poly, or you could just not be me and get a router. I keep procrastinating.

Step 2: Materials Needed

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Wood, magnet, screws, beer bottle opener.

Step 3: Getting Started

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I grabbed a scrap piece of pallet wood from the coffee mug holder that I built and cut it at 13 inches. I placed my magnet on the back and traced around it.

Step 4: Cutting Out the Hole

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I did an outline with my hole saw, once I had it to the depth I wanted I took out my chisel and went to work. The thickness of my wood is 3/4 in, I went to 5/8ths in deep.

Step 5: Staining and Poly

Once you have your hole cut out. It’s time to stain, I am going with honey so it’s not that dark so I am sticking with one coat. If you want yours darker wait a n hour or two and add another coat. Once it dries put on the polyurethane.

Step 6: Adding the Magnet

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Once your poly is dry flip over the board and add an aggressive amount of glue and place your magnet in the hole. Let the glue dry.

Step 7: Add the Bottle Opener

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Once the glue dries, flip it back over and put your bottle opener on at desired height. Once that’s finished hang it up and impress your friends

Comments

MillennialDIYer (author)2017-12-06

This should be a staple in any garage or mancave. Thankfully they're comercially available too.

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