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    Hereís a chart from Wood Magazine that might...

    Hereís a chart from Wood Magazine that might help:

    https://www.woodmagazine.com/system/files/pdf/migrated/outdoorchart.pdf
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    To rip hardwoods I use the Freud 30T Glue Line...

    To rip hardwoods I use the Freud 30T Glue Line Rip (Lm74R010) which gives very smooth edges and no tearout.

    For cutting plywood I use the Freud LU80R10 Ultimate Wood/Melamine which gives very...
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    Todd, I live about 20 minutes away so I drive...

    Todd, I live about 20 minutes away so I drive over and pick out all my lumber. In reading the online reviews, most are very positive about the quality of the wood selected and shipped as well as the...
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    Im usually only that organized when somebody else...

    Im usually only that organized when somebody else is paying for some really expensive wood, lol!
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    Probably why Iíve never seen anybody using it.

    Probably why Iíve never seen anybody using it.
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    A local building inspector who is also a...

    A local building inspector who is also a contractor showed me a post mounting option I had never heard of.
    Slide the post inside a 2í section of square channel steel so the wood is about 4 inches...
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    Does anybody have any experience with vinyl...

    Does anybody have any experience with vinyl fencing like this?

    https://www.lowes.com/pd/Freedom-Actual-6-ft-x-7-82-ft-Ready-to-Assemble-Emblem-Sand-Vinyl-Flat-Top-Vinyl-Fence-Panel/50374100
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    There’s some good information here. I buy all my...

    There’s some good information here. I buy all my wood here.

    https://www.woodworkerssource.com/
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    Hereís some information on ebonizing ash but Iím...

    Hereís some information on ebonizing ash but Iím sure it would work on oak too.
    ...
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    Alcohol of any kind (except liquor) is impossible...

    Alcohol of any kind (except liquor) is impossible to find in the Phoenix area.:mad:
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    Hereís some information that may help. I havenít...

    Hereís some information that may help. I havenít used any of these finishes but several months ago I made some new redwood slats for my rv gate and just brushed on boiled linseed oil. They look like...
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    Oh yuck...

    Oh yuck...
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    There you go Jim- making perfect sense again!

    There you go Jim- making perfect sense again!
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    Ohh— thanks!

    Ohh— thanks!
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    What was the original use for that beast?

    What was the original use for that beast?
  16. Ditto- I too have it and it has been very...

    Ditto- I too have it and it has been very reliable. Free batteries can’t be beat!
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    Matthew, I think you should certainly insulate...

    Matthew, I think you should certainly insulate the walls and ceiling to lower your energy costs. I donít see any point in having a drop ceiling of any kind. You can hang led light fixtures at any...
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    Jim- instead of ripping 2x4’s couldn’t you just...

    Jim- instead of ripping 2x4’s couldn’t you just turn them sideways to frame the walls?
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    Phil- when I use lacquer I don’t topcoat it with...

    Phil- when I use lacquer I don’t topcoat it with anything as it IS my topcoat. If my top coat is going to be poly, I seal the wood with my own sealer by mixing 1 part poly with 3 parts mineral...
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    +1 on these type of storage bins. They work best...

    +1 on these type of storage bins. They work best for me.
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    I don’t think you’ll have any problems with your design. The shelf should provide ample “rack-prevention”.

    If not, can you add that steel connecting bar in the photo beneath the shelf?
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    Phil- I’ve had good luck with Deft lacquer in...

    Phil- I’ve had good luck with Deft lacquer in rattle cans.
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    I’m not sure how oily they are but as with any...

    I’m not sure how oily they are but as with any oily wood you first need to use an evaporative finish like lacquer or shellac as poly won’t “bond” with the oils in the wood.

    What I do is wipe with...
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    +1 on the super light final pass- that always...

    +1 on the super light final pass- that always works for me.
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    Oil based poly tends to add an amber shade to...

    Oil based poly tends to add an amber shade to wood, so your trim will look different. Water based poly adds no coloring.

    Pine exposed to the sun here in Arizona takes time to darken but I really...
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