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Modernize your home with this durable, concrete table that is easy to make with QUIKRETE and costs a fraction of buying one from a store.
When working with cement-based products, always wear eye protection and waterproof gloves.
Cut three 2½ inch wide, 4 feet long strips of melamine board, using a circular saw.
Screw pieces of wooden baluster around the edges of the melamine board.
Glue melamine strips to the wood block, and seal the form by applying silicone caulk along the edges, using a finger to smooth it out.
Once the caulk is dry, wipe down the form to remove dust and dirt.
Wire together four pieces of ½ inch diameter rebar in a rectangular reinforcement frame.
Mix the concrete, according to the instructions on the bag, and pour the mix into the mold until it’s 2/3 full.
Place rebar inside the concrete and then fill the mold the rest of the way.
Pack down the concrete into the corners and vibrate the mold to get rid of any bubbles.
Screed the top with a scrap piece of wood.
Cover the concrete to control moisture and let cure for at least 48 hours.
Unscrew the form and scrape off any excess caulk.
Screw together the iron pipe fittings to make the legs.
Cut a piece of plywood ¾ inch thick about 1 inch bigger than the outside of the pipe flanges’ dimensions.
Use two ¾ inch screws to screw in the flange to the plywood.
Place the concrete where you want it and use 1½ inch screws to screw on the concrete to the remaining two holes in the flanges.
Seal the concrete with QUIKRETE Acrylic Concrete Cure & Seal.