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I would recommend a word of caution against using "cheap wood" based on personal experience.I applied a tea stain to a table I built using lumber from a 'big box' home improvement store. Their lumber is not kiln-dried, nor seasoned - in other words, it is still saturated with moisture, and is prone to warping as it dries out over time.In a couple months, my table started to twist - now, only 3 feet touch the ground at any given time. I also suspect that the tea stain might have amplified warping because it soaks into the wood, adding more moisturewhen sourcing wood, try to make sure it is either kiln-dried, or has been seasoned over 1 year
I would offer one bit of advice:sometimes, the pallet wood can be pretty rough and snag your sheets.I opted to sand my pallet headboard
not many people will live near a mill.alternatively, you can often get the pallets for free from construction supply yards: especially brick yards. Just give some local places a call and ask if they have some available - sometimes they re-use them, but may be willing to give away ones that are getting too worn out to safely re-use again
Chocolate Waffle Cake
a friend of mine who owns a local mixology bar does this with vodka (cranberry vodka to be specific) to go in cocktails
I think it is important to note that no amount of tricks will actually make up for a proper night's sleep, especially for people who have a strenuous day (labor, working out ,etc) The body needs to amount of time it needs to recover and rebuild, and tricks and gimmicks don't change this
I would want to emphasize one thing to anyone who hasn't made Beef Wellington before:it is absolutely critical that the mushroom mixture is very dry - if you think it is done, simmer another 5 minutes to be safe. Any moisture whatsoever can cause it to go mushy and fall apart later on.Also, the tighter you can get the cling wrap, the better
beef jerky is always a good go-to for protein
The D-Bot, my self made reprap.
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great tutorial.I'd like to provide a little extra advice.I helped put in a concrete counter using this exact method - we found that regardless of how many sealant coats we put on, it is still relatively porous, and needs to be resealed every 4-6 months.I've discovered that hydrating the concrete with an epoxy resin additive makes the concrete harder and more hydrophobic.I would also recommend adding fiberglass fibers - they act like rebar re-reinforcement at a miniature scale to help prevent hairline cracking, which can easily occur in conc counters (the epoxy will help with that, too)
you can find another great tool in many hardware stores for this purpose - it is a little handheld silicone square, about the size of a credit card - each corner has a different edge profile. They typically look similar to this:http://www.aok.org/images/calk-master.JPGeasy application, and easy cleanup
great project!One of the biggest criticisms I could offer, though, is that (it appears) you are relying on the water trickling down from one row to the next. There would be significantly less water by the time it reaches the bottom row. seems difficult to regulate sufficient water quantities at each row (too much up top in order get sufficient quantity on the bottom. Perhaps a couple intermediate supply lines every few rows might be in order?
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