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Hot Glue Gun Templates
How too easily make templates with Hot Glue Gun
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Photos 11 -14: Anyway, you can see how perfectly the piece fit in place. No extra trim or touch-up required.  
What is really amazing is...
Photos 11 -14: Anyway, you can see how perfectly the piece fit in place. No extra trim or touch-up required.  
What is really amazing is that this...
Photos 11 -14: Anyway, you can see how perfectly the piece fit in place. No extra trim or touch-up required.  
What is really amazing is that this...
Photos 11 -14: Anyway, you can see how perfectly the piece fit in place. No extra trim or touch-up required.  
What is really amazing is that this...
PHOTO 6: This is a photo of my portable workshop on the dock in front of my boat with my newly purchased plastic workbench and small circular saw....
PHOTO 7:  This shows my  glued together template clamped down to a white beaded board and traced with a pencil.
PHOTO 8: This shows the pencil tracing made from the glued together template on my intended white beaded board panel insert.
PHOTO 9: Here is the cut-out insert panel made with a small circular saw and an aluminum straight edge
PHOTO 1: This shows a small slightly recessed wall on the left side of the fridge and facing the steps. This wall was originally an ugly pink colored...
PHOTO 2:  That wall section now looks like crap. So I decided to buy a portable plastic work bench and do the job the way I used to do when I had a...
PHOTO 3: Take the strips and place one of them vertically so it won’t fall. KEEP THE HOT GLUE GUN HANDY. Then cut or break with your fingers, a piece...
PHOTO 4: Continue all around the inside of the recessed area with more framing and cross supports until the framing feel fairly rigid.
PHOTO 5: The framing from the recessed area pulled loose and laying on the deck of the dock.
 
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