Making the glassstop molding

Cut the molding that will secure the glass in the doors from a single %-inch-thick board. Start by rounding over both edges of the piece as you did for the divider (page 120), then rip the molding from the board on your table saw, feeding the stock with a push stick (above). Saw the molding to fit into the rabbets in the doors, making 45° miter cuts at the ends of each piece. Cut and fit one piece at a time, making sure to align the miter cuts with the corners of the rabbets.

a '/le-inch gap around the glass to allow for wood movement. Apply your finish to the door frames, let it dry, then set the door frames and glass on a work surface and place the molding in position. Bore pilot holes for finishing nails through the molding and into the frame every 2 inches, then drive the nails using a brad driver. To use the driver, insert a nail into a pilot hole, then position the jaws and tighten the locking nut. Holding the frame steady, squeeze the jaws to set the nail (above). Use a piece of cardboard to protect the glass.

How To Sell Furniture

How To Sell Furniture

Types Of Furniture To Sell. There are many types of products you can sell. You just need to determine who your target market is and what specific item they want. Or you could sell a couple different ones in a package deal.

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