A Dremel is a type of rotary tool that has many applications around the home and in the workshop. It will accept a wide number of bits and attachments for cutting, sanding, routing, buffing and polishing. You can buff and polish stones by hand-using a Dremel tool. In order to buff stones you will need to sand them with several different sandpaper...
Floor made using end pieces of 2X4s. Would need to grout or caulk -- if grout, might need to use a formula such as poly mix and sawdust and steel wool to clean off excess. Need to use a polyurethane -- might need to redo that periodically.
"This time of year, I make a lot of toys for family and friends that call for wood wheels. I usually use a hole saw to cut the wheels to size, but that leaves the edges pretty rough. What I needed was an easy way to sand the wheels. My solution is this sanding jig. The jig allows me to sand wheels quickly on a drill press, using a sanding drum attachment".
DIY Standing Dog Gate! Why spend 120$ when you can spend 25$? All you need is: 2x2' panels of lattice, two 1x4s (cut to 2') per panel, 1 1/2" nails, 2 hinges per joint, and gorilla glue (or a drill). I made two pieces, versus one long one with 4 panels, for my 63" opening so I can split them up and use them elsewhere if needed. 3 panels would be large and stable enough for most archways. Sanding is suggested to avoid splinters. The gate can easily be painted or stained to fit right in!
Farmhouse Style Coffee Table: Once the legs were painted, I measured and cut wood to the length I needed, I cut it 1 inch longer than the actual top so it would hang over about a half inch on either side. I used 1x4 finished grade pine. After cutting, I sanded the rough edges. I then moved the wood off the coffee table to stain. Then add your first screw to the middle of this board, making sure to get it close to the edge but through the original table top.