Tape Measure, Table Saw, Chop Saw, Thickness Planer, Router, screws, wood glue, drill, level
*Sand to 220 grit.
*Treat the wood with minwax prestain wood conditioner.
*Apply 2-3 coats of minwax water based special walnut woodstain using spongebrushes and white washcloths.
*Seal with 2-3 coats of Rust-oleum Triple Thick Polyurethane. Applied using a Wooster pro polyester bristled brush.
This is awesome! Thanks for the info. I wish there was a tutorial only on this!!
Thanks! All cuts done on the miterbox can be made on the tablesaw as well. I look at a miterbox saw as more of a luxury than a necessity. Although, when properly setup, it can be a huge timesaver. When I need clean, accurate cuts, the tablesaw is the go-to no matter what I'm doing.