How To Make A Concrete Log Holder
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How to Make a Concrete Log Holder Learn how to make a Concrete Log Holder for holding firewood neatly next to the fireplace.This concrete and wood design is very clean, minimal, and modern.The whole project does not take very long and can be done on a small budget.
I had a blast making it and know that you will too! Be sure to check out the video tutorial and the free, downloadable plans.Tools Needed Miter Saw- I'd recommend a 12 inch sliding, miter sawCircular SawDrill- I use Ryobi drills.
Clamps- Clamps are helpful for any project.I love to use JackClampsKreg JigSpeed SquareOrbital Sander- Ryobi makes a nice one.Tape Measure, Ruler, PencilEye and Ear protection Optional:Table Saw Supplies Needed Melamine for the Form2.
5 Bags of Quikrete Mix - Quikrete 5000 - $5 per bag5 Minute Epoxy by Gorilla GlueConstruction Grade AdhesiveConcrete SealerSandpaper1 ¼' Kreg Screws1 ½' Wood Screws Approximate Total Cost: $55 The Concrete Log Holder can be built for around $55 in materials cost.
This is the cost for the melamine, cement, and other basic supplies, but does not include things we'll assume you may have around the shop.*Note: This doesn't include things you may already have around the shop, including: screws, staples, nails,...