The Green Toolbelt Reclaimed Lumber Mantel Project with Artist Kermit McCourt
What is that you are heating with the torch? Nice video btw!!
Hi, we started with a metal brush, then 80 grit, then a planer, then back to 80 and on up the stages to 400, then a finish with a french polish and a few linseed oil.
The torch was heating the decorative caps for the all-thread rods we used for install.
Awesome my nephews! What beautiful work! You need to come down so I can commision you to do something for me. San Diego anyone?
do you have any tips on removing broken off screws out of oak boards?
great work. now you just need to take down that ugly TV
So GORGEOUS!!!,,all from reclaimed wood,,EVEN Better!!!
Hi, what finish did you put on that? Looks great.
Nice idea but it didn't have the outcome I was expecting It just doesn't go with that wall
Those bolts though. Hmmmm.
what was the finish you put on that it looks great
hi, what brand or where I can buy the lever that you use to get your nails from wood?excuse my English
Beautiful… and what is the name of second song?? thx
Nice dude! sick saw as well
awesome job….never thought about doing it myself….until now.
I just came across approx. 10 old barn wood boards (about 85-90 years old) about 10 inches wide and 1 inch thick, thick I may have to try this out.
How long did you let the glue dry before trying to work with the beam??
beautiful creation. The finish really brought out and accentuated the character and "history" of the reclaimed wood.
Did anyone get Hyezmar's Woodworking Bible yet? I think he's still looking for proof readers. At least that's what I read in a blog after googling him.
green tool belt is fantastic !!!!!
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