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Wood Pallet DIY Projects

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Upcycle Salvaged Wood Discover the potential of rediscovered wood! Start making useful products for your home and neighborhood out of reclaimed shipping pallets. Wood Pallet DIY Projects shows how to upcycle salvaged skids to create beautiful one-of-a-kind projects. Twenty step-by-step projects iinclude raised garden beds, bookshelves, benches, plant stands, tables, spice racks, and much more. *    Keep pallets from the landfill and give them a new purpose. *    20 step-by-step projects for home and garden accessories, from wine racks and coat racks to planters and wall sconces. *    Helpful advice on where to find pallets, how to process them into usable lumber, fasteners, sanding, and the best finishes (if any) to use. *    Important safety tips on how to make sure that your pallets are safe for people and have not been sprayed with harmful chemicals.

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Pages 160
Publish Date 2018-06-12
Size 8.5" x 11.0" x 0.41"
Author Stephen Fitzberger
Product Form Paperback / softback

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Builder and Developer Magazine
Stemming from the success of an altruistic project that taught Baltimore schoolchildren how to plant gardens with wood pallets, the Fitzbergers have developed an entire book full of ideas for repurposing this unloved wood. This focus on reuse will inspire homeowners and builders alike to find ways to enrich their homes with used materials and avoid the landfill.

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About the Author

Steve Fitzberger is the founder of Abba Woodworks, an inner city Baltimore organization dedicated to reclaiming wood and reclaiming lives. Abba Woodworks' mission is to create great local jobs and create opportunity for those who may struggle to find one. Steve and his associates make one-of-a-kind beautiful, useful products for the home & garden out of reclaimed wood from shipping pallets, all from local businesses. This is his first book.

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