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XL table from scrap

NatedogNatedog Posts: 51
edited 10:58AM in EGG Table Forum
I recently did a deck with a large amount of scrap due to the stock lengths that were required. Thought I would put them to good use and build a table. Most pieces were under 36", so it decided on a corner table. Sure works great.
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Comments

  • fonemanfoneman Posts: 104
    Sure looks nice!!! I like the corner idea.
    john
  • A good use of scrap wood. You'll love the ease of working next to your egg the table gives you.
    Jon
  • Nice job.
  • That looks great Very nice work
  • Really nice looking. What's the top surface made of? What did you use to finish the wood?
    I like the corner idea. You can work easily from either side.
  • thanks
  • The top is made of TimberTech decking. It is a quality composite decking. The frame is cedar with a Behr Premium Stain in natural. I have used many expensive stains in the past, but have had the best luck with the Behr Premium sains.
  • Thanks, I love it.
  • Great looking table.
  • You should send the picture into the TimberTech decking folks. They would love to see it. I work in the recyling industry and the composites are made with recycled content (scrap plastic - like old shopping bags and other industrial shrink plastics and scrap wood). The composite decking industry took a big hit with the economic decline with new construction being down. Its a great alternative use for their products.
  • JasperJasper Posts: 378
    That is a nice looking table. I'm in the planning stages of building a table and am considering composite wood as a top.

    Question for you - is that table top water proof at all? That is, will water fall though between the boards if it gets wet? Or is it sealed in some way?
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