This was a fun project for a fund raiser for our fire department and two other non profits.It was made with Walnut and Birch. The star field was sprayed with a dark blue paint and the stars are vinyl. I sprayed five coats of water base lacquer over the project.I have orders for five more boxes as of this morning @ $350.00 each. That might pay for the ones I donated.
Sometimes 600mg of vitamin i just doesn't do it after a day on the mountain. What's needed is a long, hot soak. Rubber ducky? Check. Balao-class submarine? Check. LJs? Check. Muscle soreness just melts away.The idea came from a couple sources on Pinterest. The wood from my dwindling, but still strong supply of Bali teak. The handles were from an old project never built.The finish was new for me – a marine gloss which i thought would be suitable for the bath. The can said not to dilute, so i didn't, but that meant a fairly thick (in my experience) application, and a 14 hour dry time (shortened to 8 when i put it under a ceramic heater on low power – i never used the heater when i wasn't nearby). Keeping each layer dust free was also a challenge. LJs with more marine experience, I welcome your advise.Teak. Copper handles. Rustoleum Marine Gloss.By hand.
Hi Guys & Ladies ,, well I just competed my fifth D330×500 Drilling Machine for a lady in Texas this is one item that a lot of people in the Drilling company like ,the item is made of Oak & Walnut WoodBruce