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  • Nice work! Pretty nice transformation.
    By aville32, on August 10, 2013
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  • Great project! Wish I had a place to build one.
    By Jeff Projects, on August 14, 2013

  • Thank you! It was fun to make and even more fun for the kids to play in!
    By iamhardware, on August 21, 2013
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  • Anyone that trusts a product enough to use on a 6 figure car, is a convincer. I'm convinced!
    By 41Buick, on August 9, 2013

  • It's great when the dealership lets the detail boy run out and pick up a new pressure washer. I mean why is a guy who owns a Lamborghini trying to win a free tool?
    By LUGMARIO, on September 11, 2013

  • Actually, I did'nt even know this site was for people to win free tools... I just posted on here to share my projects for fun. Also I am pretty sure dealerships would'nt let a detail boy take a $400k car out to pick up a pressure washer..
    By Ting, on September 13, 2013
    • Reading your comment made me laugh since I've done almost the exact same. My first Ryobi product was an18V Kit, (cordless drill, circular saw, batteries, and charger), next was the right angle grinder, then the job site Bluetooth radio, then auto buffer, then a couple of new Ryobi bags to carry everything, then a driver/drill bit kit, and now the 3100 PSI Ryobi Pressure Washer with Honda motor. I'm addicted to Ryobi and need Rehabilitation, lol !!! Seriously, this all started about two years ago and I've had absolutely zero problems with any of the tools purchased. Keep up the great work RYOBI...
      By THMOB, on September 16, 2016

  • Come pick me up, I'll leave my wheel chair and take me out for a beer so I can act like it's my ride and we'll pick up a couple of girls, my wife will be at work, and I'll forgive you. I also have all these votes to give out, maybe you'll get a free tool. Just kiddin about the whole thing, totally jealous that your car can buy three of my houses. Really, something you should brag about! Lug
    By LUGMARIO, on September 13, 2013
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  • So what exactly did you do to attach them - looks like you notched a groove almost the length of the lumber - mounted a smaller strip to the wall and then slide the gooved board over the top?
    By pswebster78, on August 2, 2013

  • AUG 02, 2013. 10:35 AM each floating shelf takes 2 of the 1" x 6"x8' stain grade pine, 1 of the 2"x2"x8'. 1 of the 1"x2"x8' stain grade pine all at 8 feet long. First I sandwiched the 1x2 between the 1x6 boards on the front side and screwed them together, Then i cut 2 short pieces (roughly 5 inches ea) from the 2x2 to use to fill in each edge. Then i took the remaining length of the 2x2 and anchored it to the wall (be sure to find studs and use a level) Finally, slide the shelf unit onto the 2x2 anchor strip and drive a few screws from the bottom to attach the shelf to the strip. the wood is all pre cut and available at home depot and the total cost per shelf is less than 40 dollars, or you can do it out of a lower grade wood for less than 20.. the only pieces i had to cut were the filler pieces for the sides of the shelf. the tools i used were the ryobi battery powered drill and a hand saw. *it helps if you pre drill the screw holes
    By Ting, on August 2, 2013


  • wow!!! 450 facebook shares!
    By Ting, on August 2, 2013

  • Awesome project! Easy, inexpensive and looks great!
    By RYOBI_ROCKS, on August 19, 2013
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  • What a beautiful home! You're right, it doesnt get any better than that! Thanks for sharing this wonderful project Ollie!!
    By ryobinationrocks, on July 30, 2013

  • wow amazing, i might have as many ryobi tools as you but my projects are no where near as advanced! thanks for sharing, your project is inspiring!
    By Ting, on August 4, 2013

  • Gorgeous! Advanced indeed. Wondering if you used tempered glass or plexi?
    By Chuh, on August 7, 2013

  • Hi Chuh, Thank you for your comment. The glass in the railing is tempered, it is out of sliding glass doors that people have updated to french doors. You can pick these up for very little cost. Ollie
    By Ollie, on August 7, 2013

  • Ollie, what a great tip! I wish I had known about the sliding glass door thing. I just finished a project that called for tempered glass. Talk about sticker shock. Thanks, Chuh
    By Chuh, on August 7, 2013

  • Great job, it looks so good.
    By Amy B, on July 5, 2014
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  • That is Awesome :)
    By blackwolf, on August 7, 2013

  • Now this is a RYOBI storage area!
    By 41Buick, on August 9, 2013
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