Published at Saturday, 25 August 2018. Storage Bench. By Suzanne Giles.
You will drill two pocket holes on each end and on a 5 feet, 9 inches portable four pocket holes on each end, assemble the bench using 2 inch pocket hole, screws we'll first attach 2, 16 and 1/2 inch boards to the top next attach the Two 14 inch boards each 22 and a quarter inches from the inner edge of the inboard and, lastly, attach the bottom, stain and poly pick your favorite color and get the stain in and when you're Finished give it a coat of poly got a new project, you'd like to see us build.
Built in the bench. You're gonna need the one cut your board here to cut one board at 6 feet long. One board five feet nine inches two boards at 16 and 1/2 inches and to board the 14 inches, drill some pocket holes and for all you, haters aphasia drill to me pocket holes. I don't care so in the 16 and 1/2 inch long boards, you're gonna drill 4 pocket holes on one end and the 14 inch boards.
To what I'm gonna do is just use a scrap piece of timber, mark the thickness of that and take that off that top measurement as well. Okay, so this template is going to set me up for the rest of the job. Now the easiest way to cut this is by using a circular saw because most people have one of these at home.
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