Midnight Woodworking


Ironing board storage cabinet – day 10

I had a couple of hours to work last night so I drilled the last three pocket holes for the top. I glued it as well as screwing it down.

Drilling the pocket holes

Drilling the pocket holes

I used pocket hole plugs on the two visible pockets in the front of the cabinet. I wiped a bit of stain on them so they would blend in.

Plugging the pocket holes

Plugging the pocket holes

I decided to use up the rest of my wipe-on-poly, left over from the benches I did a couple of weeks ago. I used this on the hard-to-reach areas inside the cabinet.

Using up the wipe-on-poly on the inside

Using up the wipe-on-poly on the inside

When that task was done, I got a brush and applied regular polyurethane to all exterior surfaces, including the detached door. With the first coat done, I will let it cure over night. I can apply the second coat. Sometime tomorrow, I hope to get the second coat on and finish up.

Brush-on Poly on the outside

Brush-on Poly on the outside

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This entry was posted on April 5, 2013 by in Church projects, furniture and tagged , , , .

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