When TSHTF, the days of tossing out an old item just because it is a little worn in will be over.
And frankly, we need to get out of that habit now anyway…
If you know how to take things apart, rebuild them, and make them better,you will not only be much more comfortable when things get bad; you will also save a ton of money now!
My friends at DIYready.com are back to show you how to use one of the most versatile and abundant pieces of scrap to make just about anything.
Watch them make a sturdy and dependable workbench in under two hours from a pallet they found on the side of the road.
Before you head out to make one of these for yourself, you may want to stop and think a second…
Ever tried to take a pallet apart? I have, it was terribly frustrating, and time consuming.
The wood splinters a lot and breaks when you use a crow bar (the method most people use).
The guys and gals at DIYready recently gave me a great tip that I wanted to share with you, that makes pallet deconstruction simple, fast and easy.
It cuts pallets disassembly time from 20+ minutes to only 5.
Back breaking work is no longer required to get the great reclaimed wood you need for your next project.
Not to mention you won’t have to deal with broken and useless boards.
Check out DIY ready now and learn how to do all of this yourself.
They have instructions and videos that show you exactly how to quickly build a fully functional table from pallets.
All for free.
Click here to get started now
Remember this is only one project.
There are literally hundreds of uses for old pallets and DIYReady is going to be updating their site with new and exciting projects every week, so be sure to check back frequently.