I needed to make a quick table to put my scanner above my printer and
saw that I had a inherited a few scraps of HW flooring that work
Sorry for the grainy image. I'm leaving it at original res.
Just some glue and >poof<, a great table top. Which, by the way, is
fairly tough because it's meant for, oh, *walking* on.
Hey thanks! One small gotcha. In my case, the tongue & grooves
aren't aligned precisely between the two types of wood, so the
surfaces aren't perfectly aligned. No biggie for this kind of thing
I have scraps. One of the ones I used (the middle piece) is Brazilian
Cherry. The other looks like pine, but honestly I don't know. But my
question is *What* on earth could it possibly matter if two of the
pieces aren't hardwood???
Perhaps I should have made the subject "Use your scrap HW and pine
flooring for table tops." OR perhaps I should have said in the
original post some extra words to the effect of "...and
saw that I had a inherited a few scraps of HW flooring and something
that looks like pine that work perfectly!"
Is this all necessary?
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