In a recent article on The Verge, we covered the creation of a composite wall board from a sheet of sheet metal.
That same piece of paper was then glued together using a combination of staples and staples’ own adhesive.
But the process was not without its flaws.
The glue was flammable, and when you tried to pull the piece apart, it would break.
We eventually made an inexpensive version using a paper towel, which we put in a bucket to cool off.
We didn’t use the paper towel because we didn’t want to contaminate the finished product.
The wood was used instead of the sheet, which is cheaper and easier to get at home.
You can find the tutorial below.
The paper towel was easy to cut into pieces, so we used the wood instead.
And the glue was easy.
We just needed to dry it on a sheet pan.
Here’s how it went: We first cut a piece of plastic to about 4 inches (10 centimeters) long.
Next, we cut out the wood and glue.
Next we used our finger to trace out the corners of the wood.
The corners were then sanded down, sanded, and then glued.
The process took about 30 minutes.
Once we had it dry, we sanded the board and let it dry on the sheet pan to make sure it didn’t peel.
After the board was dry, the glue dried and was used to hold the boards together.
After it was dry we coated the board with the adhesive and stuck the pieces together.
We had the finished project by the end of the day.
We love the fact that we were able to have a finished product that could be used as a door, a porch, a window, or a patio.
It’s so easy and it looks so good that it’s a must-have for any DIY enthusiast.
We’ve been working with the materials company to make this project available for free to the public, so be sure to check out their website for more information.
Make sure you check out our tutorial on how to make a composite floor from a plywood board.