I have tried both of those methods. They work for getting the wallpaper off but the most important survival tool was definitely beer.
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|2/16/11 1:06 PM|
Your going to be fine with the wood repair. You'll need a straight edge(anything) some 3 inch wood screws, sand paper, and epoxy type wood filler/putty I think this repair is to big for the bondo.
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|1/13/11 10:51 AM|
If you're inclined to go with a diy type solution I suggest a live edge plank. Live edge stuff is not super easy to come by but it's got a very cool look and can be made into something else after it's no longer needed as a desk.
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|5/14/10 12:07 PM|
You've done a really nice job.
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|4/23/10 10:43 AM|
Lori you nailed this piece exactly. The primary need that the customer had was for a file cabinet, they also wanted to get rid of a desk that was only used for the pencil drawer. I designed the piece with many more small drawers vs. a few larger so they could organize what they had better and find other uses for the empty drawers that remained. It went into a room that served multiple purposes so I bet there are some domestic items in some drawers and files in the bottom.
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|4/5/10 11:25 AM|