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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 01-10-2017, 10:55 PM
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Those small shelf things are handy. My dad built me one years ago. I always seem to find a place for it after it frees up. I think I have been using it for around 20 years and 2 houses.
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Mike, I like the way you cut out the bottom to make "legs".
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Maybe I need to replace the TV box that is under my wife's TV. It is from the TV she had before I bought her a bigger one so I could use the old one for presentations. The one you mad would allow storage under the TV where the box is just a big block of air in a box.
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Those small shelf things are handy. My dad built me one years ago. I always seem to find a place for it after it frees up. I think I have been using it for around 20 years and 2 houses.
They can come in handy for raising computer monitors to a comfortable height also
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They can come in handy for raising computer monitors to a comfortable height also
My monitor is sitting on one I made back in the late 90's.
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Hello, Mike.

Your mom will be happy now.

BTW, how did you get that color?

Best regards!!!
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Hello, Mike.

Your mom will be happy now.

BTW, how did you get that color?

Best regards!!!
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It is Rustoleum KONA stain on pine.

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@MEBCWD : Mike you have to store that air somewhere. Has it ever gotten to full and ran over?
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