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How to build a ‘panda’ sofa

How to build a ‘panda’ sofa

How to make a ‘Panda’ Shoe with the following tools: 1.

Wood glue.

2.

Wood polish.

3.

Wood screws.

4.

Screwdriver.

5.

Wire brush.

6.

A wire cutter.

7.

A screwdriver.

8.

Tape measure.

9.

Tape.

10.

Tape-up adhesive.

11.

Tape roll.

12.

Paper towel.

13.

Sandpaper.

14.

Miter saw.

15.

Sanding block.

16.

Wood sanding compound.

17.

Parchment paper.

18.

Scissors.

19.

Sand paper.

20.

Wire cutters.

21.

Screw driver.

22.

Screws.

23.

Wire strippers.

24.

Wood blocks.

25.

Sand.

26.

Paper towels.

27.

A nail file.

28.

Small nail file to create a ‘Coral Reef’.

29.

Small wooden plank.

30.

Large wood block.

31.

A large piece of wood.

32.

A big piece of wire.

33.

A piece of rubber cement.

34.

A hammer.

35.

A jack.

36.

A chainsaw.

37.

A chisel.

38.

A pliers.

39.

A drill.

40.

A rotary drill.

41.

A miter saw and miter block.

42.

A sawdust comb.

43.

A small metal box.

44.

A knife.

45.

A pair of scissors.

46.

A paper towel.

47.

A box cutter.

48.

A paintbrush.

49.

A tape measure.

50.

A metal screwdriver and a hammer.

51.

A router bit.

52.

A sharp knife.

53.

A set of scissors and a file.

54.

A wood saw.

55.

A power drill.

56.

A sanding block and a sandpaper.

57.

A mallet.

58.

A chain saw.

59.

A sledgehammer.

60.

A jigsaw.

61.

A table saw.

62.

A lathe.

63.

A coffee grinder.

64.

A vacuum cleaner.

65.

A dremel.

66.

A bench saw.

67.

A crowbar.

68.

A pick.

69.

A bit of wood and a pair of pliers, if you are using a drill bit.

70.

A wheelbarrow.

71.

A bucket.

72.

A belt sander.

73.

A scrap metal scraper.

74.

A scraper for glue.

75.

A needle and thread scraper and a small metal bar, if using a saw.

76.

A flat file and a scraper or wire stripper, if not using a chainsaw or drill.

77.

A dust pan.

78.

A cardboard box.

79.

A couple of wire cutters if you’re not using pliers or a chainsaws.

80.

A circular saw.

81.

A ruler.

82.

A trowel.

83.

A sheet of cardboard.

84.

A pencil.

85.

A toothpick.

86.

A little glue.

87.

A dryer.

88.

A bottle opener.

89.

A towel.

90.

A comb.

91.

A sewing needle.

92.

A band saw.

93.

A utility knife.

94.

A hand saw.

95.

A file.

96.

A scissor.

97.

A scalpel.

98.

A broom.

99.

A hair dryer or a dryer attachment.

100.

A glass eyelet.

101.

A spray bottle.

102.

A razor.

103.

A scissors.

104.

A rag.

105.

A tissue.

106.

A plastic bag.

107.

A bag of paint.

108.

A bowl.

109.

A sponge.

110.

A brush.

111.

A tweezers.

112.

A spool of string.

113.

A rubber band.

114.

A wooden ruler.

115.

A magnet.

116.

A zip tie.

117.

A cordless drill.

118.

A hacksaw.

119.

A fire extinguisher.

120.

A roll of toilet paper.

121.

A pillow.

122.

A mirror.

123.

A cup.

124.

A dish towel.

125.

A candle.

126.

A plate.

127.

A casserole dish.

128.

A baking sheet.

129.

A pot.

130.

A kettle.

131.

A frying pan.

132.

A microwave.

133.

A meat grinder and a mixer.

134.

A can of paint thinner.

135.

A pipe cleaner.

136.

A spoon.

137.

A blender.

138.

A pizza stone.

139.

A cookie sheet.

140.

A mug.

141.

A sandwich bag.

142.

A salad plate.

143.

A pie plate.

144.

A tray.

145.

A napkin.

146.

A packet of glue.

147.

A newspaper.

148.

A tin can.

149.

A package of tape.

150.

A toilet paper bag