The Mr. sure spends a lot of time in the barn. Cut, clamp, varnish, cut, clamp, varnish, varnish, varnish. Three coats of varnish on everything.
Every surface covered with cabinets in some state of construction.
Base cabinets. A woodworker needs tons of clamps.
Fronts for the upper cabinets between the kitchen and the dining room.
More base cabinets. They need to go in first so that the countertops can be made.
The Mr. took all these photos himself... "these are the pictures that I find interesting," he told me.
What kind of wood is that anyway?
Clamp, varnish, wait... and wait.... and wait... and wait...
Gotta love that wait time. Since he doesn't have a spraying booth, once a coat of varnish is on, the barn is in lock down until it dries lest there be dust raised which would damage the finish.
I'm not bothered, good time for the Mr. to do some weed whacking. Hehehe.