Farmhouse patio table – A good addition to the beautiful new patio is a farm table. Due to its versatility, the agricultural tables used in almost every room of the house. The most popular use is the patio or family room where drinks can be placed. Of course, they can also be the resting place of a number of items used in home furnishings. Place the 4 inch pieces of wood on the table. Drill the holes on the ends of the 14-inch pieces with a milling. Apply glue to the ends, placing the two pieces longer and fix them with screws. It’s fragile for the table. The drill holes in the width of the skirt were 6 inches. Make sure the countersunk hole is deeper than ½ inch. Place the MDF 18x48x¾ inches on the table. Then use measure and create marks 3 inches from the edges around the perimeter of the MDF. Place the hook angle of these marks and draw lines to create a 2-inch rectangle inside the MDF perimeter (drawn rectangle dimensions: 14×44 inches).
Glue inside the rectangle drawn. Also you can place the skirt on the line, securing it to the great MDF with screws. Clean excess glue with a damp cloth. Drill the strawberry holes through the skirt surface 1 ½ inches from each corner (total of 8 holes). Glue the corners of the skirt and the MDF and place a spider in the corner. Secure it to the skirt with screws. Make sure the spider hooks against the skirt rests on MDF as well. Clean excess glue with a damp cloth. Allow the glue to dry overnight.
Turn the farmhouse patio table upright. Sand with 100 grit paper and electric vibrating sander. Always wear safety glasses. Clean the excess glue with a damp cloth as soon as possible. Fill the countersunk holes at the front of the skirt with bolt buttons. Options for the design include cutting a seashell on a skirt before assembling and directing a decorative edge on and eating with a piece of your choice. Do not leave power tools unattended. Wear respiratory protection when grinding or cutting MDF.