You don’t need to have an expensive wine holder for your wine. Create an affordable space to store some of your favourite bottles of vino with this great DIY project. Follow this quick and easy step-by-step video to make your own wine holder.
How to make a wine holder:
What do you need?
1. Reclaimed-wood plank
4. Woodoc Water-Borne™ FLOOR Clear and White
5. Woodoc Colours
8. Newspaper hooks
9. Spray paint
9 easy steps to make a wine holder:
- Find a tall piece of reclaimed wood. When choosing your wood, try to choose the smoothest piece, with as few splits and knotholes as possible.
- Sand the reclaimed-wood plank until smooth and remove all splinters. Remove all dust by wiping the surface thoroughly with a soft, dry cloth.
- Mix Woodoc Colours in Clifton Grey with Water-Borne™FLOOR Clear and White.
- Apply your first coat of sealer and allow to dry completely. A light sanding of the surface is recommended at this stage. Wipe clean with a soft, dry cloth.
- Spray the newspaper hooks with a copper-coloured paint and allow to dry completely.
- Stir the product well and apply the second coat of sealer and allow to dry completely.
- Stir again and apply the third coat of sealer. Allow to dry completely. Any brushes used should be cleaned immediately after use with water.
- Attach the hooks to the board with screws using the screwdriver. Attach the wine holder to a wall.
- Add the wine you like to reach for the most!
Woodoc Water-Borne™ FLOOR is a tough and durable modern sealer that is easy to apply and can be used for all indoor wooden floors and stairs. This product is water-, alcohol- and stain-resistant, and is available in Clear/White and Matt/Gloss.
Woodoc Colours are formulated to be added to the Woodoc Sealer of your choice to ensure an easy and controlled application. Woodoc Colours are available in 12 fashion shades and eight wood shades, and can be used on pine furniture, wooden floors, wooden toys, wooden patio furniture, garage doors and gates.
For more information on Woodoc wood-care and maintenance products, visit www.woodoc.com.
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