|Forum topic by Withers||posted 12-11-2013 12:02 AM||851 views||0 times favorited||7 replies|
12-11-2013 12:02 AM
I salvaged an old wooden floor from a house i was remodeling. i have three thrash bag full of this stuff, the problem is that 1.i need to remove the floor adhesives and old stain and scrathes to make it usable
2. they are very small pieces. i didnt put a reference in the picture but they are roughly 1”x 4” x 1/4”
i was using my belt sander to get the adhesive and stain off but couldnt really figure out a way to get it perfectly flat on the faces or edges. which is imperative for how im going to be repurposing them. which is gluing a bunch of them together to make a larger board for cabinet faces and other facades. i tried doing this after cleaning them up on the belt sander but there where gaps EVERYWHERE!
i want to reuse all this wood since ive got it. Anyone have any ideas?
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