I, of late took on a DIY job to Prove my husband when he said the only nails I understand how to use are those on my hands. I was raised with men in my family and understood that creating a simple table was not rocket science. I got a simple design from the internet and off I went into the hardware shop to collect my timber, nails and varnish and I was set to go. This is how I built a simple wooden table.
Step 1: Firstly I chose the Kind of Wood that I desired for my table. There is a huge array of different woods so I needed to ask the beautiful gentleman in the hardware store for support. I chose a solid hard wood. The prices of timber vary and the timber I chose was not cheap but I wanted to do a fantastic job of my table. Pick a square or rectangular piece of wood for the table, and four extended pieces for table legs. Do not forget to select solid wood to the table legs for support and sturdiness.
Step 2: Decide what height you need your table to be. The height of this table will be determined by its purpose. So make certain you understand precisely what you would like to use the table for. As soon as you understand what the height is, you can start to use your ruler and pencil to create where you need to saw off the excess stoły drewniane. Be sure that your table legs are the exact same size. As uneven table legs will get the table to twist.
Step 3: Set the table top in your work surface. Then get out your glue, and nail kit. In the nail kits you’ll discover a lot of different size nails. Pick one that seems like the appropriate size for your table. Next paste your legs into place using wood glue. This stabilizes the legs and makes it easier to hammer in the nails. When the wood glue has dried it is time to take out your nails. Twist the table on it legs and start to hammer in the nails from the upper area of the table. As soon as you’ve hammered the nails into position, you can start to bring the leg braces. Leg braces provide excellent support to tables. Fit the leg brace into position and screw either side down firmly. Be sure the screws do not stick out through the timber.