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1 planer, 1 mitre saw, 140 4"x4" Treated Fence Posts 13,000 cuts, sand, stain, sealer, wallah!!!!!!
very simple but completely monotonous. 1. first I let the wood dry and cure for a number of weeks.
then I used a 13" planer to shave off about 1/8 inch off each side to have a perfect edge.
3. next I set up a sliding template using painters rollers and rolled the wood onto my miter saw. with which I cut each piece 5/8 thick. (about ...
4. after these were cut I would take them inside the house in the air conditioning and let them cure for another two weeks.
5. twiddle your thumbs
6. as they were drying we set them all through the house in order to make sure my math was correct. I had two milk crates full left ...
7. next I prepped the concrete slab.
8. then I went on to applying hardwood floor adhesive all over myself and the floor by using a grout trowel. (this was the most difficult part because ...
9. after adhesion I rented a floor sander from the depot and smoothed out the surface. then cleaned all the dust away.
10. then we stained it a dark honey color which brought out the colors and lines more.
11. final step was applying hardwood sealer everywhere. this took a couple of days and I did about 3 or 4 coats.
12. last I added all the trim around the edges and I was done. oh by the way, I ended up using every last piece of wood. down ...
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