Diy Full Length Mirror
Diy full length mirror is article about Uncategorized bookmarked by martin with ID 13706087982 was uploaded on 16-02-2019 and has been viewed 178,022 times.
DIY Full Length Mirror I decided to make a large reclaimed wood full length mirror and love how it turned out! This is a fun project to tackle, it doesn't take long, and is affordable to make.These wood mirrors make a great addition to any space, and is sure to win you brownie points with the lady in your life.
Best of luck with the project and be sure to download the detailed plans that include a complete cut list and blueprints here.Tools Needed Miter Saw- I'd recommend a 12 inch sliding, miter saw.Drill- I use Ryobi drills.
Orbital Sander- Ryobi makes a nice one.Staple Gun (you could use a handheld staple gun or hammer and nails as well)Tape Measure, Ruler, PencilEye and Ear protection Optional: Clamps- Clamps are helpful for any project.
I love to use JackClampsSpeed Square Supplies Needed Reclaimed wood or any 2×6 boardsMirror - I bought a 36'x60' at Home Depot for under $60Wood Glue - I recommend Gorilla GlueSandpaper,2 ½' Kreg Screws¾' 18 gauge Staples Clean the Wood We'll start this project by making sure the reclaimed wood is completely free of any nails, screws, dirt, and debris.
You can either use some sandpaper to clean it off, a hand-held brush, or scraper.Cut the...