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Steve1973

Member Since: 05/2017

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  1. Comment Reply: about 1 month ago
    Ryobi powered work shop : Steve1973
    Thank you
    It take some time and money to get to this point. But once you do its like seeing heaven everytime you enter your work shop
  2. Comment Reply: about 1 month ago
    Ryobi powered work shop : Steve1973
    Thank you. In my world all I see is the color of ryobi 
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    • AMAZING workshop! Look at all that green! :)
      By RYOBI Nation, on October 15, 2019
      • Thank you. In my world all I see is the color of ryobi 
        By Steve1973, on October 17, 2019 (edited)

    • Beautiful!! I’m crying!! Maybe one day I’ll be there. This is amazing!!
      By user_evans_1281163, on October 17, 2019
      • Thank you
        It take some time and money to get to this point. But once you do its like seeing heaven everytime you enter your work shop
        By Steve1973, on October 17, 2019
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  4. Comment: 5 months ago
    Living Room Ceiling
    Seen your tweet about this project an your words moved me recently lost my father an hear his voice  in my head every time I pick up a tool.  Awesome way to make due with what you have. 
    By Steve1973
  5. Comment: 5 months ago
    Kitchen Table
    This is the most beautiful piece of furniture I’ve ever seen. Amazing 
    By Steve1973
  6. Comment Reply: 5 months ago
    End table : Steve1973
    Thank you
    my wife does the art work using a wood burning kit an paint markers. 
  7. Comment Reply: 5 months ago
    End table : Steve1973
    Thank you. Had some left over wood so threw this together for my wife. She done all the art work 
  8. Comment: 5 months ago
    Amber Waves of Grain
    This is a contest winner for sure. Awesome job truly amazing. People need to like like like this project an help him make it to the top. 
    By Steve1973
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    • Very cool. That's a great way to use scrap wood. Did you stencil the design too?
      By RYOBI Nation, on June 7, 2019
      • Thank you
        my wife does the art work using a wood burning kit an paint markers. 
        By Steve1973, on June 7, 2019

    • Awesome
      By GroneWW91, on June 7, 2019
      • Thank you. Had some left over wood so threw this together for my wife. She done all the art work 
        By Steve1973, on June 7, 2019
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  10. Comment Reply: 7 months ago
    Work shop remodel : Steve1973
    Thanks for the huge compliment. Really appreciate it.
    I Used reclaimed 2x6x10 ripped in half on ryobi 10 inch table saw for all the frame work. 
    Used 5/16 plywood for covering cabinets an work bench. Cabinet doors made of the same plywood but used some of the 2x6 material I cut into strips for edging of all the doors. Added strength an made them look a lot better as well I think. As for the paint. I used some outdoor black used for hard surface applications such as wood concrete etc. will not scratch hold up to just about anything you throw at it. An the green is a blend I come up with on my own adding little of this an that til I got it where I liked it 
  11. Comment Reply: 7 months ago
    Work shop remodel : Steve1973
    Thank you. It’s still a work in progress but it’s coming along. 
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    • Woohoo!! This is amazing, we're loving all the green!
      By RYOBI Nation, on April 30, 2019
      • Thank you. It’s still a work in progress but it’s coming along. 
        By Steve1973, on May 2, 2019

    • that is perfect should be on display in  the Ryobi museum what is the material list for that id love to make one for myself
      By tommyhitech, on May 5, 2019
      • Thanks for the huge compliment. Really appreciate it.
        I Used reclaimed 2x6x10 ripped in half on ryobi 10 inch table saw for all the frame work. 
        Used 5/16 plywood for covering cabinets an work bench. Cabinet doors made of the same plywood but used some of the 2x6 material I cut into strips for edging of all the doors. Added strength an made them look a lot better as well I think. As for the paint. I used some outdoor black used for hard surface applications such as wood concrete etc. will not scratch hold up to just about anything you throw at it. An the green is a blend I come up with on my own adding little of this an that til I got it where I liked it 
        By Steve1973, on May 5, 2019 (edited)
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    • Such nice build and it looks like a really great size!
      By RYOBI NATION, on August 15, 2018
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  13. Comment Reply: over 1 year ago
    Front Porch bench : Steve1973
    Thanks for the Compliment. The wood was actually reclaimed from an old deck. The wood really makes great projects. I’ll be posting more projects soon. I’ve got a lot of material to find a use for. 
  14. Comment: over 1 year ago
    Fishing Pole Storage
    Awesome ideal. Think I’ll have to make myself one now. 
    By Steve1973
  15. Comment Reply: over 1 year ago
    Front Porch bench : Steve1973
    No wood burning. I used some very aged treated lumber. An I applied an acid wash used for cleaning decks an sanded it down real good an put 3 coats of  polyurethane clear over it. 
  16. Comment: over 1 year ago
    Personalized IPAD Holder
    Really looks great. I think I’ll make my wife one now. Thanks for sharing 
    By Steve1973
  17. Comment Reply: over 1 year ago
    Swing : Steve1973
    Thanks for the  complement. It really turned out nice. Is very well built an should last a very long time. Enjoy yours when you get it finished. An upload some pics please. Have a great day. 
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    • What a solid build! Did you burn the wood to get that look?
      By RYOBI NATION, on July 16, 2018
      • No wood burning. I used some very aged treated lumber. An I applied an acid wash used for cleaning decks an sanded it down real good an put 3 coats of  polyurethane clear over it. 
        By Steve1973, on July 16, 2018
      • It's beautiful! Nicely done!
        By RYOBI NATION, on July 17, 2018
      • Thanks for the Compliment. The wood was actually reclaimed from an old deck. The wood really makes great projects. I’ll be posting more projects soon. I’ve got a lot of material to find a use for. 
        By Steve1973, on July 22, 2018
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    • Beautiful job! You may have just inspired me to make a swing, too. Thank you for sharing!
      By OneStory, on June 23, 2018
      • Thanks for the  complement. It really turned out nice. Is very well built an should last a very long time. Enjoy yours when you get it finished. An upload some pics please. Have a great day. 
        By Steve1973, on July 14, 2018
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