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Basement Fan Cave

After living in our house for two years I decided I wanted to refinish the basement and create the perfect Fan Cave. With my Ryobi 18 volt drill, sawzall, circular saw, cat sander, hole saw, nail gun and the newest addition the multi tool, I undertook a project that by all rights was too big for one person, especially since I had little to no experience in almost everything I did. Now its time to build my bar out!

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dangoodmp

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Difficulty: Intermediate
Category: Renovations,

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