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June 9, 2019 Bar Table

Making Stainless Steel Bar Table

Stainless steel bar table also known as pub tables, is simple furniture built to withstand heavy use and repeated wet surface. Coated with clear epoxy resin, the bar table was a little higher than a standard table, usually of a regular functional type of sturdy wood. Making a homemade stainless steel bar table is not difficult, and eventually you will have a large table that you can use in your home bar – and you do not have to worry about damaging it for the fun.

Bar Height Stainless Steel Table

Bar Height Stainless Steel Table

Instructions

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Measure a 5 foot length of 4-by-8 sheet of steel. Saw the steel, even motion so the top of the steel not shatter during the cutting. Cut two sections of 2×4 that is four meters long. Cut two sections 3 meters long. Stain all the steel pieces, including the bones, if desired. Construct the table frame by screwing together 2×4 sections so the 4-foot pieces forming the sides, with 3-foot pieces between them at each end.

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Screw the stainless steel bar table top of the frame by screwing down the frame by steel. Take your time and drive screws evenly. Use three screws at each end and the center support, and four on each side, evenly spaced. Sink the screws so they do not stick out of the wood. Touch up any areas stain that tainted if you painted tableware pieces. Attach the legs of the frame at the bottom with the table leg brackets. Set the posts at the corners, and put them with the hardware that comes with the set.

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