Introduction: // URBAN DIY // Simple Outdoor Chair
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This plywood outdoor chair is very easy to build and you can get all the materials from your local department store. If you don`t need anything fancy, you are on a low budget and really could use an extra chair outside, then this is the project for you.
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Step 1: Things You Need
You will need:
Plywood sticks 35 x 35 mm
14 Mounting brackets to the screws
Outdoor oil or polisher.
About 30 meters of elastic band
Sander plus 120- and 180-grit sanding pads https://amzn.to/2ztGuog
Circular saw or table saw https://amzn.to/2P7vDFr
Drill / Driver plus assorted bits
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Step 2: Cutting the Pieces
First cut all the pieces using a table saw.
Four pieces are going to have to be cut under 45 degrees. These will be the chairs legs.
Step 3: Installing the Chair
For installing all the pieces together you need a glue and a drill. First mark the points for the screws then confirm the screws using a drill. To improve the glues effect cut the stripes to the places you want to glue using a paper knife.
Sand all the surfaces. You do not necessary need a sander for that, a regular sand paper will do the job too.
Step 5: Finishing
Cover all the surfaces with the water proof polisher. This is very important if you want your chair last longer than one season. Let it dry.
You may use a wood plate for the sitting place but you could also braid it. For that you will need an elastic band. Watch the video to see the exact technique.
4 years ago on Step 6
I'm a huge fan of SIMPLE! Great Instructable.
Reply 4 years ago
Great! That makes two uf us then :)