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Just Vegin that looks amazing
Here is a pic of the pallets I got from the skip
Not had one like this before really thick wood planks going sideways
Here is the one that looks like a table not sure how I will use it
Insist on clean pallets every time you go out! lol. Nice when you find a clean pallet'Excellent' as Charles Montgomery Burns said from the Simpsons. ( sorry my son is a fan(god help me)
Use a bolster chisel and hammer behind the nails as they just snaps off and it stops the slat splitting. ( mind your thumb!) This does not work with staples as they are deep and are a sod. I grind through the top edge or better still just avoid them.
Thanks for your comment Edd,, was wondering why you don't use stain? I did use stain that is ok for this kind of use, however further protection wouldn't go a miss.
I use this idea from YouTube for breaking up the pallets, it just uses body weight and no effort at all and very little damage to the wood the fork goes on the skid and under the plank to remove, then stand on the back and it lifts the plank from both sides of the skid so very little splitting occurs. 10 times faster than hamer and chisel.
Well at the min a new pallet project is going on there has been sawing, bashing, hammering and now painting.
This project is one for the train station - not telling you what it is until it is done
Awww Gg, just a little clue......
it could take ages to do need the dry weather to paint
Keep us guessing, gardengirl.
Well here is the pallet project we were busy with it was a planter for the station, took quite a long time mainly the painting on it
Its a train planter
Oh wow Gg, thats amazing. Love it
Can we have Thomas as well please.
That is a fantastic job. I hope you are very proud of yourself.
That's a great pallet you manage to get in the skip and wow love the train Well done you
Fantastic, I bet you are the talk on the train when they go past.
Just saw this on tinternet...
Centre for Alternative Technology are selling a book called; 'Wood Pallet Projects', 15 projects, 128 pages, £12.99