Well, I chickened out and used polyurethane instead...1) Being a basement with zero ventilation I was concerned with the fumes.2) I did some resear...
SUCCESS!!!The lacquer thinner and steel wool (with a little elbow grease) did the trick. The "halos" disappeared and I was left with nice edges whe...
Thanks for the reply Workenstiff. I guess I should have been more specific...This is a bar top that I am working on. The top itself is oak (veneer)...
Can someone tell me the best way to remove quite a bit of wood filler? I am talking about a lot more than just a few nail holes. I want to remove a...
I used the 2 1/2 inch nails in my power gun. Going through a 2x4 leaves about 1 inch penetration into the concrete. My pad is about 3 inches thick....
Use pressure treated for the base plate. Once you have framed the walls, staple 4 mil plastic to the back of the wall. Then stand it up right again...
I am building a bar in my finished basement. I would like to put parquet wood tiles down for the top of it.Most of the parquet flooring that I have...
I just put a Pergo laminate floor down in my (soon to be) finished basement. It also had the underlayment attached. What a great way to go - it ma...
I just put a Pergo laminate floor down in my finished basement two weeks ago. So far - it has been excellent. I have just started building the bar ...
Hello all, I could use some advice.I am making an oak bar for my finished basement. My original plan was to use more oak plywood for the top.Someon...
Hello basement bar owners.I am in the process of building an oak bar in my finished basement. It will be of a raised panel design on the front and ...
Thanks Lawrence. I found a local place that sells it.Does anyone here have any experience with this stuff? Is it better/easier/more durable than 3 ...
I posted this on the basement board too.Hello,I am starting to finish off half of my basement and was wondering the best way to heat it???I use bas...
Hello,I am starting to finish off half of my basement and was wondering the best way to heat it???I use baseboard forced hot water in the upstairs....