Published at Saturday, November 10th 2018. by Latonya Wong in End Table.
I teamed up with 3m DIY and I'm gonna show you how to restore this end table first thing let's talk about safety, which is one of the most important things when doing any kind of restoration or woodworking safety glasses. So I got my safety glasses first thing next thing up would be hearing protection. You could either use these small little ear earplugs. I prefer to use the 3m work tunes.
I like this because I can either put the radio on or hook it up to. My iPhone and listen to whatever I want to, and usually when you're training for a while, it's always nice to have listened to some music rather than just listening to the hum of the sander and then finally, is the dust mask you want to make sure you have A dust mask especially standing or any kind of woodworking, so this is the end table that I'm gonna restore it's been really beaten up and so will look that I'm gonna go for it's gonna, be a painted bottom and the same top.
So I'm actually just gonna use some flat paint and once I'm gonna give the bottom of scuffing with the sanding for big pieces on the large flat surface, I'm gonna use the belt sander. It just gets it done really fast and then for smaller medium pieces. You could just use the orbital sander and then for around the bottom and all in the corners. I like the corner cat. It works really good getting into the corners.
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