With wheels at one end, Mark Rayner's handy unit is easy to move.
You will need: 22mm treated plywood cut to the following dimensions:
Also required: A stainless steel sink with plug fittings removed, three heavy duty 50mm castors, total height with mounting bracket 64mm, 40mm galvanised jolt head nails, 18mm zinc-plated pan head screws, exterior PVA glue, sandpaper, jigsaw, saw, drill with drill bits, hammer, screwdriver, tape measure, set square, pencil, paintbrush and turps for washing it. Resene Woodsman Penetrating Oil Stain tinted to Resene Grey Green.
With the jigsaw, cut a hole in piece A for the sink, as shown. Smooth rough edges with sandpaper.
Turn the top upside down. Nail and glue the two longer legs to one end of the bench. Then nail and glue the two shorter legs to the other end. Use a set square to ensure the legs are at right angles.
Turn the unit on its side. With PVA glue and nails, fix pieces J to pieces I to form the shelves and check they are level and evenly spaced.
Turn the unit upside down. For the base, glue and nail piece B into place. Use zinc-plated screws to attach three castors along B’s shortest edge so the unit stands level when up the right way.
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