DIY – pallet entry bench-shoerack

what you need:
– 2 pc of 102x80cm pallets
– saw or jig saw
– hammer and nails
– sanding papers or tool
– woodpaint, paintbrush
– drill
– measuring tape
+ and safety tools first step:
saw a 22cm – 13in őart or a size what kind of entry bench you want safety first
always use googles, respirator and gloves we used jig saw to the faster work next step
the rest of the pallet you can finish the bench and also create the legs take apart the rest of the pallet we used a sabre saw but if you don’t have any… …use an iron saw you can see the process in our former video after that need a 80cm – 31,5in slat and clinch 3 cubes on it join it to the first separated part of the pallet also fix the slats on the other side need 2 from this the top and the bottom of the bench the legs need 2 pcs of 33cm – 13in slats and 2 pcs of cubes for the legs from another pallet project we have some remaining cylinders – here we used them repeat the full process once more by the second pallet the top and the bottom of the bench 3 legs nest step
keep sanding until the surface is free from all rough things we used a sanding tool with 80 grit paper by the hard approachable surface use a piece of slat and wind around the grit paper or use a rotary sanding tool brush the dust off almost the last step is paintwork we used mahagony colour wood paint hole where the parts of the entry shoe storage bench will join each other mark the place of the next holes with a help of nail use carring bolts in order to the bench will be stable and join the parts hmm… I think something is missing… 🙂 here it is thanks for watching

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