The Basis of Tree Trunk Coffee Table

Dec 2nd

It is rustic style! In how to buy or make tree trunk coffee table, there are some basics designs ideas to follow for best quality that obtainable. The base of a tree trunk coffee table can make an independent with little or no experience. Making a coffee table base thus saves trees. In addition, using the trunk of a tree, you can recreate a piece of furniture old that looks rustic and used.

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Instructions

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  1. Cut the base of the trunk coffee table of the tree where the roots spread with a chainsaw, leaving the protruding roots as possible.
  2. Measure from the base of flat cut up to 40 inches (1 m) and put a pencil mark. Cut the log into this measure with a saw. Although not be the final height, you need at least 4 to 6 inches (10-15 cm) trunk to allow additional grinding and sanding.
  3. Amole the trunk coffee table base with a straight grinder with a disc of 12 inches (30 cm) and grain 60. It uses a dust mask and goggles before continuing.
  4. Place your trunk up, with the base on a flat, hard surface. Measure from the base up to 36 inches (90 cm) and place a mark in pencil. Sand the top with a straight grinder in the top quarter inch (0.6 cm) of the pencil mark.
  5. Sand the top and base with a grain 60 and a sander orbital. Brush the sides of the trunk to remove loose peel and apply three coats of clear gloss.