A plastic outdoor plastic table is a great way to show off your plastic parts and can be a great addition to your home decor.
The problem with plastic outdoor tables is they often come in large sizes.
But, as long as you follow the simple rule of “no more than you can handle,” you can build an outdoor plastic outdoor kitchen table for just $15.00.
The table comes with a metal lid and a built-in air compressor.
The air compressor is used to suck up the air and heat the table up.
You can even make the air compressor smaller, if you’re willing to work with the parts.
Here’s how you build your own outdoor plastic indoor table.
Step 1: Cut the metal lid of the plastic outdoor glass table.
The lid will be a standard 1/2 inch by 1/4 inch (or 0.7 mm by 1 mm) metal lid with a hole drilled through it.
Cut the lid into pieces about 1/8 inch (2 mm) thick.
For this tutorial, I’m going to cut the lid to just a half inch thick.
Then, measure the length of the lid and cut it down into a piece of the same size.
Then drill two holes through the piece and cut the other hole out.
The holes should be about an inch apart.
For the air- compressor piece, you can use a small screwdriver or a small piece of wire.
For our outdoor plastic patio table, we’ll use a large metal screwdriver.
This will allow you to make small cuts and then secure the table to the wall.
Step 2: Drill holes in the table lid.
Using a drill bit, make the holes in each of the two holes of the table.
Make the holes just big enough for the air to pass through.
Step 3: Measure the length from the hole you drilled to the bottom of the top of the box.
This measurement will be the length measured from the top.
Step 4: Measure from the back of the front lid to the top hole.
This is the length between the bottom hole and the top one.
Step 5: Secure the table by cutting the pieces of the metal piece into small squares.
Step 6: Secure your table using wire ties.
Step 7: You can now turn the table over to see the finished product.
You’ll notice the air box on the table is slightly tilted.
This tilts the table slightly to get a better view of the inside of the container.
Step 8: Clean up the table with some household bleach and water.