Teak towel rack provide a place to hang towels, either next to the sink for drying hands or next to the shower to keep full body towels. Ideas for make unique teak towel rack pick lengths of 4 feet of wood from your property or property of a friend. Look for seedlings with the size of diameters between the size of a coin and a golf ball. Cut the sections with a handsaw.
Allow sections of wood to dry and cure for a minimum of 3 months. If you work with wood at any time before 3 months you may end up with cracking and splitting that could ruin your project. Then, remove all the bark from the outside of the piece of wood with a carving knife. You do not have to do this, but doing so prevents the bark from peeling on your floor and forces you to constantly choose the crust of your towels.
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Let the exposed wood set for a couple of weeks to dry further and assume a color pattern. After this period, stain the piece or apply a clear polyurethane coating to protect the wood from discoloration and water. Cut the two blocks of wood in half to produce two pieces that are 3 inches wide by 6 inches high and 1 inch thick.
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