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Newly completed table

want2yakwant2yak Posts: 3
edited June 2012 in EGG Table Forum

My fist post so I thought I would share my completed Egg Table. It is made from treated lumber and stained with redwood stain. Got some ideas from this site and others just made it my own. Thanks for viewing.image

 

Comments

  • fish8503fish8503 Posts: 30
    Nice
  • want2yakwant2yak Posts: 3
    Thanks. I was worried about heat on the top shelf. But it is just far enough back doesn't even get hot. The top shelf is great for keeping short people away from my beer.

    Hapster I know it defeats the purpose but I don't like it sitting on the shelf, I want to build something to hold it up under the top of the table just haven't figured it out yet.
  • Smoker_GuruSmoker_Guru Posts: 372
    Great looking table!!
  • russsimsrusssims Posts: 2

    Like the table and the treated wood will help with the elements.  Because the BBG once the temp is set does not wander very much you will now have some time between your favorite drink work on your back yard so the outdoor experience is complete!  Looking ragged my man.

     

    Sorry...had to hit you with the back ground scenary.  Photoshop with something Home and Gardens!

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