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Old 03-17-2014, 06:53 PM   #711
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The bunk beds. Alot of work to be done still. They will be installed tmrw. (They will be painted, not stained) Post a picture of what you do at work-image-1049075903.jpg
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Old 03-17-2014, 07:11 PM   #712
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The bunk beds. Alot of work to be done still. They will be installed tmrw. (They will be painted, not stained) Attachment 301042
Your craftsmanship looks top notch! Keep up the good work.
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Thanks man. They were my design. From paper, dimensions and all.
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Thanks man. They were my design. From paper, dimensions and all.
What material do you use? Pine?
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The bunk beds. Alot of work to be done still. They will be installed tmrw. (They will be painted, not stained) Attachment 301042
Looks great! Is that Poplar or pine? Im assuming pine since it will be painted, just looks a little like poplar though
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Looks great! Is that Poplar or pine? Im assuming pine since it will be painted, just looks a little like poplar though
Thanks! No its poplar. Fairly cheap, can be either painted or stained.
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Be sure to post some pics after paint.
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I will forsure. The other beds are already installed and painted. ill snap some pics of that one tmrw.
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Cool deal!
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Nope I build oilfield equipment in Houston
With all the blue and yellow, that almost looks like Oceaneering.
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