Dorothy Bauer Table November 26th, 2018 - 02:20:50
So let's do this so the first thing we're going to do is assemble the base. So if you have any extra gloves laying around you might want to put them on just so. You don't get this black stuff all over you. So next we're going to put the flanges on the short end because that will be what attaches to the table. Okay, now we're going to put the couplers on the long side and then we're almost done with the frame all right. So now that we've got everything is simple. It's time to stay in the frame up so remember: right-right, lefty-loose, you'll, take acetone and a washcloth and then just clean off all the surface area.
It'll eliminate all the oils and stuff that also come on it all right. We've got that all finished up, so now it's time to head over to the stall and start our tabletop, so the shortest two by twelve that we could find was 12 foot. You can actually get it cut down on your local hardware, so we're going to go ahead and get this and cut down a pathway. Alright, now that we've got that cut, let's go ahead and get it sanded and ready the same. You can use any color.
You want, but today we're going to go with dark walnut, so we'll just begin by brushing it on and then wiping it off insider tip for you we're going to go ahead and put the base on it before we stain the top we're using one that half-inch Screws right through the flanges into the bottom of the tabletop, so the one good thing about saying is that you really can't mess it up because we're actually just going to completely wipe this off in a minute.
But if you do want it darker you're just going to paint it and then let it drop. So now we're going to let that sit for 15 minutes before we put our poly on it, we're using satin polyurethane because we want it to look like real wood when it's done so we're going to start from the edges and then do the top.