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Instructions of indoor plant stands
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- Cut a wood 1 x 1 inch (2.5 x 2.5 cm) in 12 pieces, each 12 inches (30 cm) long, using a saw. Sand the wood, including its edges with 200 grit sandpaper wipe the dust with a soft cloth.
- Ends strips wood with paint or stain, if desired. Stella parts with a clear varnish to protect them from water damage.
- Place two pieces of wood to 11 inches (27.5 cm) away on your work surface. Place five pieces of wood equidistant through the first two parts. The short ends of the strips form a line at the top of the long ends of the cross pieces, accurately aligned.
- Use nails 1 1/2 inch (3.8 cm) to better secure the strips of wood that cross those beneath. Turn over the entire piece and apply glue on the strips that are just below the woods crossing at each end, and the last two sets against wood cross pieces.
- An indoor plant stands placed on the support. The support of wood will prevent the pot resting directly on the furniture and damage, caused by water or otherwise.