I’ve gotten quite used to the jigsaw. I’m not sure if I have one at home or not but think I’ll be buying one soon if I don’t. I’ve been enjoying the process of building this trailer and have been thinking of all sorts of projects for the house that I’d love to do.
The second most challenging cut was the door. Since the piece we cut out will be the actual door, there wasn’t a lot of room for error or for cutting into it to get a good angle. A few special drill bits and some precision cutting worked out well though.
Today, I spent nearly the entire day staining the cabinet pieces. It was about 45 degrees out but very rainy so the carport cover was nice but the dampness and wind made it chillier than it actually was. Here’s my awesome staining attire.
The first coat of stain went on well and really brought out the grain in the cabinet grade plywood.
Cabinet pieces after the second coat of Cayenne – a bit shadowy but trust me, they look great!