|Fig.1 The tray|
Parts and Supplies:
We received a coffee tray for Christmas, it needed some real help if it was going to stay in our kitchen. Six post have shown you the steps to make your tray in the best shape of its life. Our tray will be in use for many year to come and I hope that your tray will last just as long.
This post shows two step on how the final product turned out.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows the tray is ready for the morning hour.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the tray has coffee waiting for us. This coffee is Hawaiian Hazelnut Flavored Coffee with a touch of 2 % milk and cane sugar stirred into one delicious cup of coffee. This ends the coffee tray series, I hope you enjoy my other series in this blog.
|Fig.2 Coffee is ready|
How to Seal a Coffee Tray:
- Part 1 of 6 - Washing
- Part 2 of 6 - Oil Seal Coat
- Part 3 of 6 - Apply Polyurethane to Tray Bottom
- Part 4 of 6 - Sealing The Top
- Part 5 of 6 - Cleaning The Tool
- Part 6 of 6 - The Finish Product
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