This DIY table saw table is the perfect solution for cutting long boards or big sheets of plywood. It's also a handy workbench with storage trays. When finished, a DIYer can quickly dismantle the table saw table and store it flat against a wall.
This technique for adding fractions is so simple you'll never need to reach for pencil and paper or worry about common denominators again. And then you'll kick yourself for never having thought about it before!
Hey, look at this! Tool Tutorial Friday is back! Today I have a great tool for creating strong joints when building with wood and furniture construction. I’ve been using my Kreg Jig more and more lately. It didn’t take me long to figure out how to use it, but I thought you might want the …
Here's a nice sandpaper grits reference. Make sure your surfaces are properly prepared before primer & paint is applied. And, if you decide you don't want to paint it yourself, give the pros at ProTect Painters a try. www.protectpainters.com