Do-it-yourself: Replacing buoys in the shed, by Ad

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The old buoy parts of our shed needed to be replaced. A quick search on the web soon yielded buoy parts with fixed sizes of 20, 25 and 30 cm. I needed 12, 15 and 18cm. The alternative idea: order a sheet of waterproof plywood and have it cut, but that turned out to be two and then you have a large piece left. What was I supposed to do with that?

At I was able to specify the dimensions of the buoy parts and there was no hassle about the rest of the plate. The strips of 310.0 cm long and 15.0 cm, 12.0 cm and 18.0 cm wide are neatly packaged and delivered quickly. I primed the parts with white Frencken Houtsealer, this had to be done twice and I had to pay close attention to the sides. I finished the whole thing with Sikkens Rubbol XD Gloss. I also did the back with this. I screwed the Buoy parts together with the stainless steel screws of 4.5 x 50.

Nice job, not difficult, most of the time is spent waiting for the paint to dry.

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