DIY Treated Wooden Storage Bench
The construction of the wooden storage bench centers and furniture of the treated wood deck is a common option for many builders. Pressure treated wood is understood as wood for all seasons according to NaturalHandyMan.com. Its treatment allows it to resist rot and the growth of mold. Storage benches that are made of treated wood are useful for storing articles that are used throughout the year and do not rot or mold. The only other wood that comes close to resist the elements, as well as pressure treated wood is cedar. The drawback is that cedar is usually much more expensive than pressure treated wood.
Lay your 35-inch flat and horizontal plywood. Place the 35-inch flat plate on top of the plywood, and along the 35-inch edge of the plywood. Screw the plate to the plywood in this place. Screw the board 17 inches along the edge 18-inch plywood. The 17-inch board should be perpendicular to the 35-inch board and flush with the 18-inch board. Repeat this process on the other 18-inch end of the plywood,
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Place the two 35-inch pieces of plywood in an upright and parallel position, so that they are standing on their edge 35 inches and 35 inches board. Turn your frame upside down and put one of you your 36-inch sheets of plywood over the frame. Screw through the 36-inch plywood on the 35-inch board, checking that all edges are flush. Light your frame over what is upright. Screw its hinges inside the frame. Screw the other sides of the hinges to 36-inch plywood so that when closed, all corners are flush.