Concrete Lazy Susan
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Concrete Lazy Susan For this week's project, we decided to make a round Concrete Lazy Susan for the kitchen.This is a very fun project, is easy to make, and can be done in a day! All thats needed for this project is some Quikrete cement mix, concrete sealer, a drill, 20″x20″ of melamine, and a str*p of white laminate.
Best of luck on your project! Check out the video tutorial and step-by-step post below.Tools Needed Miter Saw- I'd recommend a 12 inch sliding, miter saw.Jig SawDrill- I use Ryobi drills.Tape Measure, Ruler, Pencil Optional: Graphtec 24″ CE6000 Desktop Vinyl Cutter - Used for making vinyl decalsTable Saw - I recommend Rigid or Ryobi saws.
Circular Saw-Can be used instead of miter sawOrbital Sander- Ryobi makes a nice one.Speed Square Supplies Needed Bag of Quikrete Countertop MixLazy Susan BaseConcrete Sealer20×20 inch piece of clean melamine1 3/4″ by 64″ str*p of white laminateSandpaper, Screws, Silicone, Alcohol1 1/4 inch screws Optional: Vinyl Decal for embedded designDiamond PadsWet Polisher Make Your Round Melamine Form First, we need to make the melamine form for the concrete lazy susan to cure and harden in.
The form should be made of 20×20 inch by 3/4 inch thick melamine.To make this round, get a piece of scrap wood to mark a circle...