The modern era we live in has come with so many benefits. Convenience, speed, efficiency are a few of the many other luxuries we now enjoy. Our lives have changed in a manner no one thirty years ago could have predicted or imagined. A lot has been made a lot easier, however, everything comes at a cost. Global warming has drastically increased over the same period of time due to a host of factors such as deforestation being at the very top. Animal habitats have been destroyed, natural resources are nearing depletion and evidently so, if we continue to do so we will disadvantage the upcoming generation.
As such various campaigns have been started to raise awareness so that people know of the damage they are causing and avail to them of other alternatives they could explore. Pollution was curved to a reasonable extent through a popular movement dubbed ‘ reduce, reuse, recycle.’ It was a brilliant campaign that raised awareness as well as produce tangible results, although not yet as clean as we would like a significant difference can be noted.
Similarly, in this now aggressively digital era, we have another campaign trending dubbed, DIY. (Do It Yourself) It asks you to meet your demands, to make use of the resources around you. This could be rebranding, restructuring, repairing. Whatever it is so long you DO IT Yourself. Not only do you save money but you get also get to develop a host of other skills as well as to customize whatever you doing to meet your taste, style, and demands. I had a coffee table at home that had basically fallen apart that I brought back using a couple of tools and a quick search on YouTube on how to do it. Below I’ll share with you how to do it. And, you definitely will not be missing out on your online casino gaming as this will not take a lot of your time.
What You Will Need
- Your table with its based or pedestal legs.
- Stone countertop cut longer than the
- table leg span.
- A hammer and a hack saw
- A hack saw
- Hardwood scrap
- A couple of transparent furniture bumpers are anti-slip.
Place the table on its top. Using a hack saw separate the legs from the top at the seam.
Next, you will need to make sure that you place the set of legs right-side up. After that, you must gently sand the leg base (where the top was removed).
Put two anti-slip bumpers on every leg the table will sit on. Install the leg frame in the position the table will be on.
Cut a disk larger than the hole using a drill with a hole saw attachment that is if your piece has a pre-existing hole that needs plugging. Use sandpaper to clean up the edges. Put the disk in the hole and hammer it until it is in place.
Place the table back into its starting position and voila!