How To Make Furnishings Stage // Woodworking Ideas

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On this video I’ll present you the way I take advantage of leg leveling ft to guarantee that my items are degree in a prospects residence.

So many occasions I’ve delivered a chunk of furnishings that was excellent on my meeting desk, simply to seek out out the shoppers ground wasn’t degree. I began trying to find ways in which I may remedy the issue. In my search, I discovered these leveling ft. I did not like the thought of this protruding from the legs so I made a decision to recessives them so they’d be noticeable. Right here I’ll present you all how I’m going about putting in these leveling ft.

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Thanks!

Jason

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Comments

Vincent Sanders says:

Good Video Thanks for sharing. You should post your Instagram here so that all you need to do is click on the link to start following you.

Michael Marrazzo The Midnight Handyman says:

Thanks for the quick tutorial. After seeing your IG post I knew I wanted ro use these on my next table build which isn't far off. Now you have cemented my first impression.

Kevin Clark says:

Great tip… thanks for sharing it.

Gilles sophie says:

Thanks for your tips which can solve many things

Billy Garfield says:

Really good idea!

Penalty Box Woodshop says:

Great idea and video, brother

Ordinary Woodworker says:

Hi Bent, I like that idea but would it be ok to use a slightly larger diameter forstner bit only because in my case I have fat fingers and should the felt pad ever recess below the opening it might be difficult to raise it back out with my fingers. Thanks.

Mark Prochaska says:

NICE!!!! Getting ready to install these in a piece. THNX

David Heizer says:

Very cool thanks

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