Primitive Wine Rack
Innovative yet simple, this wine rack is made from reclaimed lumber and wooden dowels.
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Add finish to the wine rack base and wood dowels using a flat polyurethane, paint or stain. Allow it to dry for four to six hours. Tip: Drill 3/4-inch holes into a scrap piece of wood so the dowels have a place to dry.
Attach Dowels With Glue
Apply wood glue evenly to the ends of the dowels and insert them into the holes.
Wipe Away Glue
Wipe excess glue with a warm, moist cloth. Allow the wood glue to dry for two to three hours. You can mount the wine rack to a wall or make a simple kick stand, using a hinge, twine or string and a scrap piece of wood.
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