Restoration & Refinishing

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Strip it, sand it, discuss it!

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    • hot shop
      By shaneymack · Posted
      Makes sense. I can see that happening if he mitered around an unstable material.
    • Forum Update
      By Jim DaddyO · Posted
      Could not get a pic to go in from a URL.  It was nice that you didn't have to think about file size before, but I guess that is the price of progress.
    • Shop build (I hope)
      By Jim DaddyO · Posted
      About $35 worth of construction grade spruce 1 x 4 ripped to width and 2 coats of stain.  Trim is drying and I will be ready to start putting it up soon.  I will still have to do touch ups on it when I cut it to length, but the "show" sides are pretty much done.  I guess the picture posting days are done.  The site won't take large files any more.  There used to be an option to not have them "on" the site yet still post them.....progress I guess.    
    • Barn type sliding door
      By wdwerker · Posted
      We ripped the long edges with the tracksaw so that every board was perfectly flush. Then we sanded the area where the frame would attach. After gluing and nailing the frame on we trimmed the top and bottom with the tracksaw.           We hung the track with 3/8 x 6" lag screws then hung the door. Detail shots of wheel & bracket to keep the door from jumping off the track, back of door, and floor guide. I made an oak spacer so the guide was high enough to let the bottom of the door clear the base and shoe moulding.
    • Barn type sliding door
      By shaneymack · Posted
      Nice! Good idea with the black lines behind the boards.
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