George Vondriska

Adding Accents to Outdoor Projects

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George Vondriska demonstrates a quick and reliable way to add accents to hide the butt joints on your outdoor projects. You’ll see how to easily craft an outside corner that overlays the butt joint and adds a very nice design element.

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3 Responses to “Adding Accents to Outdoor Projects”

  1. Herb Schneider

    How did you line your planter?

  2. Thomas Putman

    Correct me if I am wrong. Galvanized fasteners react with cedar. The fasteners will literally dissolve leaving over-sized, black rotting holes. It is best to use stainless steel fasteners which do not react with cedar. Of course I have no idea if such fasteners are available for brad nailers or staplers.

  3. James O. Mac Donald

    Is the plan for the planter available for purchase?

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