Rolling workbench – No workshop is complete without a heavy work surface. Do-it-yourself stores, but the costs are often too much for the workbenches that you can easily build at home for a fraction of the cost. Not only will you save money, you will have both the pride to design a lot of your workshop and a work plan that will last for many years. With a few tools, a little time and a trip to the DIY / lumberyard you will also be on your way to build a house workbench. Like painting a picture. Sometimes the old furniture will pick me up with paint. This is especially true for table tops and dining rooms. The wood table can often be stung, stunned and watched over time. Painting these parts each day can give you a lot of life and long-term use.
Work in well-ventilated rooms, garage or workplace. Clean the table thoroughly with soap and water and dry. Use rough coarse sandpaper on the surface of the rolling workbench. Drive over everything more times. It should not be any old finish to remove. They try to create a surface that accompanies the color. Wipe the table with a dust-proof cloth until no dirt remains. Fill small holes with wooden packages for the paint and leave to dry. Soft sand and with a dry cloth tack. Apply primer to the table. A good compression wall for this part of the project will do. Allow to dry completely.
Select the color you want on your rolling workbench. When you paint the rest of the table, consider the contrasting colors for the legs and the top of the table. Paint the card with the selected color. Use color water based latex for easy cleaning. To obtain a very smooth surface, use 1 to 2 inch foam brush. Brush the paint in the long smooth strokes. Apply two to three layers until you are satisfied with the color of the surface and the appearance. For the table with a water satin varnish base coat. This is especially important when the table is for outdoor use or without a tablecloth. Lacquer gives the lacquered surface a coating water-impermeable.