furniture. Wednesday , June 07th , 2017 - 15:06:11 PM
Even the means of livelihood that the Amish generally practice are those such as farming and carpentry; which can still be carried out the old fashioned way, without mechanization and use of modern devices.
This Zocalo dining range is handcrafted with beautiful ash, ash veneer and painted in ivory. The light color Zocalo New Haven dining range suits well with any home interior and give enjoyable dining experience. The range combines the natural beauty to the contemporary designs.
The post. The scratching post itself is made from two pieces of 2x4 nailed together. Typical post height should be longer than your cat is tall (stretched out). Cats like to stretch when scratching. Most commercial cat scratching posts are 26" to 30" tall. Nail your 2x4's together and cut both ends square. You will wrap the post with ", non-oiled, sisal rope. This kind of rope is sold at most hardware stores or home centers. To determine the amount of rope you need you can figure about five feet for each inch in post height. For example a 30" scratching post would need 5 x 30, or 150'. Sisal is the best cat scratching medium and is very inexpensive. To wrap the post first drill a quarter inch hole about one inch deep anywhere very near the bottom edge of the post and at the top edge. These are where you will anchor the rope. Attach the post to the top of the carpeted base with four 3" long deck screws. Screw tightly right through the carpet. Squirt some hot melt glue in the hole you drilled and insert the end of the rope. Now it's just a matter of wrapping the rope around the post. You must wrap it tightly. After every ten or twelve wraps, while maintaining tension, use a hammer to tap the wraps together. If you skip this step your cat will end up compressing the wraps when he uses the post and you'll have a gap at the top. When you get to the top use your hot melt again to anchor the end of the rope in the hole you drilled before.
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