Water Damaged Mdf Bookcase

 
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Anders FjerstadPublished on 12/18/2016

Being an unemployed college student with 0 budget means that if I want something I have to make it with whatever's available. This is the best I could do with what I had.

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What you will need

Two 105x20cm pieces of MDF for the sides

Five 20x45cm pieces of MDF for the shelves

How to do this project

1

Cutting the board for the sides

Cutting the board for the sides

2

Sanding and fixing a bit of the difference in thickness caused by the water damage

Sanding and fixing a bit of the difference in thickness caused by the water damage

3

Putting the whole thing together

Putting the whole thing together

4

Adding a couple pieces because it was wobbling a bit, this made it very sturdy

Adding a couple pieces because it was wobbling a bit, this made it very sturdy

5

Final test with the heaviest weight in the house! The right thing to do would be to paint the whole thing but it's good enough for something I didn't spend money on.

Final test with the heaviest weight in the house! The right thing to do would be to paint the whole thing but it's good enough for something I didn't spend money on.

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Rafael Sanches1/12/2017 ☰
Looks amazing! Thanks for sharing!
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