Shelving. Saturday , May 06th , 2017 - 17:07:05 PM
Once the paint or stain is completely dry, apply varnish. This will give the shelf a protective finish that minimizes day-to-day wear and tear. If you want the shelf to be glossy, apply a second coat of varnish. You should gently sand the shelf between varnish coats to ensure a smooth finish.
"Closed" or coded dates are packing numbers or dates, so that manufactures know when and where the product was produced. This is helpful in the event of a recall. The product may be stamped with a date preceded by the letters "MFG." This tells you the date it was packed. You may have bought the product a month ago, but this date could tell you that it has been sitting in a warehouse or on a store shelf for several months.
Shelves also offer neatness to the audio video lover. If you have your VCR, DVD player, and speakers all jammed in different areas of the room, they are not giving off the look that you want. People are not able to admire your equipment because it is scattered all about. By installing DVD shelves, VCR shelves and other media shelves, your equipment is able to stand on its own as a small piece of the audio and video system that you are running. Shelves allow for your system to look more impressive. Display shelves allow for neatness as well as showcasing your AV equipment.
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