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Thread: Look at this old table...

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    way cool ~ is the whole tabletop yardsticks? Or just covered like a laminate?

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    CUTE!!

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    What a fun table. Thank you for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabric whisperer
    way cool ~ is the whole tabletop yardsticks? Or just covered like a laminate?
    It looks like someone covered it with yardsticks from different places!

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    Here the link, I just thought it was cool

    http://oklahomacity.craigslist.org/atq/2340800681.html

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    If it's not been done yet, I'd sand it with a fine grit. Then tack cloth it. Then spray with a mist from water bottle and wait 10 minutes and sand it again. The water brings up all the little shreds the sand paper didn't get the first time. Then tack again. Then either spray or paint on a protective clear finish. Lots of them out there.
    This is a real cute table that will be a conversation piece for a long time. I think it'll be nice with a big, black bottomed lamp on it.

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    Very cute. :):):)

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    cute

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    I love that table.

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