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Not from Brazil....If you're trying to be funny....Weak, real weak, mean too. If you're serious, let me diagnose you. You have A.D.D. But this all isn't about you though as I think you believe. This was awesome help.
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I was unable to focus on the actual project. I was blinded by the bald spot right on her friggin' head!! I really tried hard to focus because I need to make these flippin' shelves... I am not from Brazil but I do love you Ron! please no more bald spots! I want to learn so much!
Nice!!!!!I didn't know about this sandwich construction. Great video. Thank you.
Would these shelves be sturdy enough to be used to hold stacks of plates, cups, pots and pans? Also, how can these shelves be made and look like natural wood (given the amount of pieces) instead of being painted?
This video is really helpful, I want to try making these. The cost to make these is less than it would be to buy all those shelves, and they look a lot better and much more sturdy too.
Ron love the shelf's and love your site. Nice short videos that cover one step at a time. This is great and makes whatever project I am attempting easier.
I miss you on TV on Saturday morning.