How to Build a Waterbed Frame?


Building a waterbed frame yourself will save you money. It takes a little time and patience, but it can be done. To build a waterbed frame you will need a hammer, nails, paper, wood, a table saw, wood stain and wood glue. You can find more info at:
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Things You'll Need. Hammer. Nails. Paper. Wood. Table saw. Wood stain. Wood glue. Instructions. Get the proper measurements so you are sure to purchase the right type of wood at the
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How to Build a Waterbed Frame
There are two main reasons to build your own waterbed frame. The first would be expense. It may be cheaper just to do it yourself. The second reason is for versatility and custom building. It may be hard to find exactly what you're looking for and need... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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