Stair Post Kid's Desk
Learn how wooden posts, plywood and a little patience can create a custom, kid-size desk.
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Prime, Paint and Seal
Load primer into paint sprayer, then spray in a steady, controlled manner keeping sprayer eight inches from surface of desk. Once primer is dry to the touch, clean out sprayer, load finish color, then spray two even coats in a steady, controlled manner, keeping sprayer eight inches from surface of desk. Once finish coat is dry, repeat painting steps using floor sealer. Tip: Allow at least 24 hours' drying time before placing objects on sealed surface.
Create and Install Cleat
Create cleat by cutting one piece of 1x3 MDF approximately two inches shorter than width of plywood top. Place cleat below marked line on wall, attaching it to the wall with drill and wood screws.
Attach Desk to Cleat
Place desk directly on top of cleat. Fasten plywood top to cleat with wood screws driven through cleat into the underside of plywood.
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