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Thread: Breakfast bar and stools made from old Rimu and reo bars

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    Breakfast bar and stools made from old Rimu and reo bars


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    Awesome, very cool. My wife is demanding some of those now.

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    Nice job

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    Great job - love the final product.

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    Nice work KC. I am a big fan of Danish oil myself. I reckon it is much tougher than Linseed etc.
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    Very nice mate looking great

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    That came up nice. I too love danish oil. Tung oil and teak oil go ok too but think danish is the best

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    Cheers guys for the comments, The wife loves it too, Now the wife wants me to build a deck this year and finish painting the house.
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    I just used a Tung oil based product on my hardwood garden furniture. Never again....in fkin stinks the place out for ages
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    Very very cool!!
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    Awesome KC !, when you sort the deck, get HG round to help, ive heard hes a dab hand with decks
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    Very sharp! It's cool seeing such a high standard of workmanship when the easy road is so often taken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ANTSMAN View Post
    Awesome KC !, when you sort the deck, get HG round to help, ive heard hes a dab hand with decks
    Hahaha Yeah I've seen his work.

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    mate-as a coaster i love bloody rimu. your work in two wordsF...n brilliant.
    that as a bar in a mancave -whoa.0yrs ago my mates &i took over a dingy flat in CHCH.we decided to redecorate,so sorted it out with landlord over a couple of beers.upshot was we installed a bar with the top being mates old mans single rimu slab like yours.
    it was a bloody hit with all ,him included.
    only trouble is when its dry its such a hard bitch to work.
    put french doors in our home here years ago (xstate -rimuframing-earthquakes what earthquake)took two ruined skilsaw blades to cut through a 6"x2"bearer.

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    Very nice job.
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