A few years back made an outdoor out Billard / Pingpong table using
marine plywood and 3" pvc pipes that I primed and painted a shiny
black. The project came out excellent and the product will last a very
long time. Everyone who sees it feels compelled to knock on the fat
legs wondering they are Iron pipes.
PVC is a great material, the thick products sold at Home depot are
inexpensive, strong, light weight and indestructable. Great for all
sorts of exterior applications. I'm now thinking of building a window
awning out of 2" PVC.
Problem is... if you use the typical joints - it's unmistakably PVC
and can look real cheesy.
Does anybody know - anybody make PVC connectors (Couplers, elbows,
etc), that fit inside the the pipe and result in a smooth ridgeless
connection? If not somebody should go get rich on this.
Many thanks for *any*
help or information!