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Início Marcenaria Country spice rack from pallet wood. Recycled charm.

Country spice rack from pallet wood. Recycled charm.

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  1. Thank you for your video. I'm just getting started in those things. I have a question tho. Do you mind naming the equipments used in the video. Especially the saw to cut the non straight lines for the sides. Also for a project like that, is it better to use glue instead of nails or screws?
    Thank you.

  2. This might seem like a tremendously stupid comment – but when I was a kid and we had shop class, we were taught that it's a good idea to put a small piece of wood between the piece and the clamp so that the clamp doesnt leave imprint marks on the piece. You don't seem to do that. So what's up? Were we taught badly, did we have poor tools, or what?

  3. I know this is an older vid but just an FYI for anyone looking to make some pallet wood stuff…. check out any local craft breweries that might be near you… most of them are always TRYING to get rid of pallets for free. I've worked at 3 different breweries and we were constantly trying to give away stacks of pallets.

  4. I am planning on making one of these for my girlfriend for Christmas. I think that I am going to simplify it a bit by making the front just straight since I am not skilled enough to make such cuts and do not own a band saw, nor do I have the space to place one in. I get free palletz from work, so I hope it comes out well.


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