Make Your Own Japanese Kitchen Knife
Spend hundreds of dollars on a high-end kitchen knife…or make one of your own for a fraction of the price. This project is a moderate challenge for a novice and an easy weekend project for a DIYer/hobbyist.
Our Tip: Use a specialized adhesive such as a multi-purpose polyurethane glue or two-part epoxy to properly bond wood to other materials.
How to Repair a Wooden Kitchen Chair
There’s nothing more annoying than a squeaky, wobbly kitchen chair. Discover a quick fix below and stop the annoyance once and for all. Our Tip: If the joints fit tightly, use Gorilla Glue. If any gaps are present, we recommend using Gorilla Epoxy, since it has gap-filling properties. Wooden kitchen chairs stand up to a […]Læs mere
Installing Butcher Block Counters with an Undermount Sink
Are you looking to update the countertops in your kitchen? You won’t believe the before and after photos in the article below! Turn drab countertops into attractive butcher block counters with step-by-step photo instructions. Our Tip: Avoid using wood glue in this project since the wood used is so absorbent. Stick to the author’s recommendation […]Læs mere
How to Fix a Broken Coffee Cup Handle
It happens all the time. Your favorite mug breaks, and it often goes into the trash. Avoid saying goodbye to a favorite, and fix it with a few easy instructions. Our Tip: The article below recommends super glue, but we suggest trying Gorilla Glue, since it’s waterproof and temperature resistant. Any of your beautiful, handmade […]Læs mere