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  1. Concrete, Stone & Masonry
    Hi Everyone, I am wanting to create some cheese boards and servingware out of concrete to use at home. I am looking for an easy to use sealer or wax that would be food-safe. I have read about the beeswax & carnauba wax, are these long lasting? Or should I be looking at the type of sealers they...
  2. Building & Construction
    I decided last week that I wanted to build new kitchen cabinets. I need a temporary countertop, so I went with what I already had which is 3/4 inch maple plywood. It will be 1 1/2 inches thick once I add some strips of plywood around the bottom edges of the top piece. I need to seal it with...
  3. Painting
    I am required to paint the top of an industrial cooler with a colored lacquer spray paint. I must also apply a finish on top of the paint that is food safe (NSF 61). Can anybody tell me what finish to use, or offer any recommendations? (The cooler itself is made of polyethylene, if that is...
  4. Project Showcase
    Hello DIY Handyman, In fall, winter and spring is useful to store vegetables in a In a basement corner of my house. Idea to store canning .. and fresh beer too :jester:
  5. General DIY Discussions
    My hubby and I bought an unfinished wooden kitchen island cart-like thing. The idea is to have extra space in both the kitchen and on the deck (for grilling). He bought a sealer without reading on the container--it's an outdoor sealer, which is why he bought it (I think)--and it's not really...
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