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Build Your DIY pouf ! Easy AND Fast !

Making a great easy pouf !

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If in the garage you have worn tires that have no use, it is possible to find them a second life. They are transformed into a very design pouf that fits perfectly in your living room or your room. To achieve this result, you need:

  • a tire wooden
  • circles Ropes
  • a glue gun
  • a drill a cloth
  • a brush
  • a pot of plaster

STEP 1


The wooden circles must be the same size as the tire. So you can drill it three times at the perimeter as shown in the picture below.

STEP 2


To fix the circle to the tire, you simply need to use screws.

STEP 3


Now glue the end of the rope to the center of the previously fixed wooden circle.

STEP 4


Simply wrap the rope around the center, taking care to apply glue. It must adhere perfectly to the surface and be maintained.

STEP 5


You must complete this step to cover the entire surface of the circle by gluing the other end directly to the tire.

STEP 6


You can now attach a circle to the other side while still sticking the rope around the perimeter of the tire.

STEP 7


No need to cover this circle of wood since it is the base. It will not be visible. Then cut off the excess rope before gluing it to the tire..

STEP 8


Using the brush, apply a first coat over the entire rope surface. Let it dry and apply a second

STEP 9


Your DIY pouf is ready!

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