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As always, nice work.
Hey JP, real quick questions. Are you using brad nails when you do all of
the molding for this project, or are you using a mixture of brads and
finish nails? Also, did you fill the holes and if so, with what?
I was thinking about using your idea to make a dresser to paint white. I
loved the look of your project as a cabinet, but I think some of the ideas
would go well as a Pottery Barn influenced dresser as well. What do you
This piece is coming out great Jon. I never thought about the 2 ends of
squeeze clamps together to clamp a wide area. Pretty neat!
I can’t wait for the next video. As always, good stuff man. Thanks for
Jon I love your videos I discovered your channel about a day or so ago I’m
16 years old and love skateboarding and like your videos on painting
skateboards. My grandpa builds signs for a living and has for around 47 or
48 years and I am very exited to show him your channel not only does he
build signs ,but he also often builds furniture things and outdoor stuff
with wood ,metal ,vinyl etc. So I think he will enjoy your youtube
tutorials. Also I seen a boy with an Emerica shoes shirt in this video glad
to see your videos God Bless and have a great day.
It’s looking good so far. Clever wide clamping trick at 6:32!
Great job, man !!!!
Looking good Jon! Sam
Very nice Jon. I really appreciate your videos. they are so informative,
easy going, and the video footage is pleasently edited with multiple
angeled shots timed perfect without getting the video “messy”. Really
professional:) Looking forward to see the rest of the vanity build
Where do you get the disks cut outs you put in the wood to join two pieces
when using the biscuit joiner
U make it look so easy. I was looking around for a small media cabinet.
Couldn’t find anything to fit in the space I needed it to go. I stumbled
upon your channel and watched a few videos. I was completely inspired to
just build one myself. I’ve never built anything like this before. Came out
real nice. Fits the space perfectly. You’re stuff is the best. Thanks
I never leave a comment but I’ve been watching and learning from you a long
time. Reason why I do leave a comment this time is because of the clamping
trick. That is so so clever. Why didn’t I think of that. Thanks Jon for
your dedication each week of posting great woodworking content. A
woodworker (to be) from Paramaribo Suriname South- America
Great Videos Jon! I’m actually in the middle of remodeling my bathroom
right now. So far i’ve replaced the old vinyl with tile and painted the
walls. I’m interested in building a new vanity to replace the old one in
the bathroom. I was wondering if you have any type of blueprint or
instructions for the vanity you built in this video? If so I’d be more than
happy to purchase a copy from you. Thanks Jon!
Good video, Jon! I’m looking forward to Sunday’s piece.
In your upcoming Q&A, could you show the tool you mounted in the ts to make
the bead molding. I’m pretty sure I know what it is but since you can’t
see it in video, would like to confirm before making purchase. Thanks.
Looking great!!Cant wait too see the finished product!!
Well done +Jon Peters ,
Looking forward for finishing and final installation
Looking forward to seeing finished product. Good work Jon.
Monday morning and I finally got to watch this video….another cool
project! Thanks for sharing Mr. Peters!
You nail some pieces to hold them in place in order to screw them. But why
do you screw them, why not just nails?
It looks really good. I love the attention to detail. Many thanks.
Inspiring video Jon! Can’t wait to see the results.
Se ve genial Jon, Saludos!
Cant wait to see the rest.
Can you tell please, what brands of tools are you using, particularly I am
interested in your biscuit joiner, router and nail gun?
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