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Project by Eddy_1287 posted 432 days ago 712 views 4 times favorited 6 comments Add to Favorites Watch

As I’m new to this hobby, about 5 months now, the professionals out there will definitely see my mistakes. But as this was my first big project, I don’t think it turned out too bad.

On this project I used solid oak and hardboard for the entire project. Finishing it with 4 coats of clear satin poly to bring out the natural color. I also added bits of sand mixed with the finish to the top of the boot horn and bottom of the feet. Additionally, I crafted removable dividers within the box for storage of cleaning materials.





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JoeinGa

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#1 posted 432 days ago

Cool. You dont see these much anymore.

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#2 posted 432 days ago

Very good Job. But I quit shinning shoes many years ago.

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#3 posted 432 days ago

Nice; if there are any mistakes, I can see them. I got a store-bought one when I started college in 1965 (now you know how old I am).

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excalibur

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#4 posted 381 days ago

Would you consider building another one like that, and if so would you sell it and what would the price be ?

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excalibur

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#5 posted 377 days ago

Hello
Did you happen to get a chance to think about whether you would make one of these for me ?

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#6 posted 377 days ago

Sorry I missed your last couple posts I’m not on very often. But regarding your request, please send me a private message if you are sincerely interested. I’m not here to make money ,but if you are seriously dissatisfied in all the production bootshine boxes online, I wouldn’t mind helping you out. Shoot it gives me an excuse to fine tune my skills :)

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