Author Topic: 12 x 20 Shed Built 98% Festool.. Cleaning Out The Garage..  (Read 2033 times)

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Offline Kaiden

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Building This 12 x 20 Shed So I can Clean Out My Garage, Resulting In The Ability To Do More Finished Projects Without All Of The Obstacles Lying Around The Garage.  This Shed Will Have Two Sliding Barn Doors By The Time It's Done.  Took A Week Off Of Work, This Is As Far As I Have Gotten..


 













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Offline overanalyze

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« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2014, 07:46 PM »
That is going to have a cool unique look. Good progress for a week. Will everything just age for the look or are you going to apply a finish on the wood panels?

Offline Kaiden

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« Reply #2 on: May 11, 2014, 09:41 PM »
That is going to have a cool unique look. Good progress for a week. Will everything just age for the look or are you going to apply a finish on the wood panels?

Honestly I am undecided about this.. I thought about letting it age and thought about just giving it a quick once over with water-sealer.  I welcome any outside input as I am not going to be working on it for at least another week or so..
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