on Pinterest...of course I did! Ha ha! My honey chose to use a Dado blade to make the grooves and then connected them with little wooden biscuits he made. I'm not really sure, but I think he put two different methods together to suit what we needed to do. In the end it worked out well for us and they are very sturdy!
And just for a little extra assurance (maybe a little overkill, but it makes us feel better) he added a few nails to each corner where the biscuits joined the two pieces of wood. This was done on the backside of the doors only.Wood filler is your friend! Next I filled all the holes and extra spaces with Elmer's wood filler. I found that to get a good smooth look, you just keep pushing the filler into the hole until it doesn't accept anymore. Let it dry and then sand smooth.
laundry room. This took me a while because I had to paint one side and let it dry really well and then flip the door over and paint the other side, let that dry and then paint all the edges. Each door gets two coats of paint, so that's LOTS of steps! I still have to add the stain and sealer! Sheesh!
It doesn't have to be done all at once. It is a slow process in the works! C-ya next time!
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