How to Make Outdoor side Tables – Beginner Woodworking Project

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In my latest woodworking project, I show you how to build a pair of indoor outdoor end tables. For this project build, I used pocket holes to build these tables. One reason why I chose this woodworking technique was to keep this project at the beginner level, and at the same time, I’m a fan of pocket hole joinery, and I’ve never had any issues using pocket hole screws.

For these indoor outdoor end tables build, I used Sepele wood. Sepele is a good choice for both indoor and outdoor projects.

For the finish on these tables, I used Total Boats Danish Teak sealer. It’s a very simple finish to apply simply brush it on and allow it to soak in for 15 minutes and wipe off the residue with a clean rag.

One thing I forgot to mention in the video is, I did add nylon domes to the bottom of the legs. This will elevate the legs off of the ground about a quarter of an inch and prevent water from absorbing into the wood.

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