Teak shower bench – Teak is a wood that is found naturally in the eastern hemisphere. It is a hard wood that is known to have excellent moisture resistance. Teak is an expensive wood in the United States because of how far it has to be transported, but is preferred for shower benches and other furniture by consumers because of its beautiful appearance. Building a teak bench will be more expensive than building a similar bench of cedar wood; But it will cost considerably less to build your own than it would buy one.
Lay two 16-inch discs on the edge, parallel and 9 inches apart. Screw through 16-inch discs and at the ends of the nine-inch teak boards. This is the frame for your teak shower bench. Place the frame flat and position 15-inch teak discs perpendicular to the inner corners of the frame. Screw through the corners of the frame with four screws for each corner to secure the 15-inch discs. These boards are the legs of your bench.
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Your legs should be even to see your teak shower bench do not shake, so see the ends of 15-inch discs are all at even height with one side of the frame before they are screwed. Place the bench upright and screw 11-inch discs to the top of the frame. They should be parallel to the 11-inch sides of the frame. The ends should be level with the 16-inch side of the frame. The two outside boards should be in line with the 11-inch sides of the frame. Grind the bench with medium and then fine sandpaper to prevent splitting. Wipe the bench with a damp cloth before use.