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How to Make a Wooden Water Bucket

    • 1). Cut the pine wood into tapered sections, each measuring one foot in length, with your handsaw. Cut one more piece of pine wood into a circle 6 to 8 inches in diameter for your bucket base.

    • 2). Sand the wood pieces thoroughly, applying progressively lighter grains. Once you reach the lightest sandpaper, turn it over and rub your wood pieces to create the finest finish possible.

    • 3). Place your wood pieces around the bucket's circular bottom, and carefully hammer these in place with the small nails, one at a time. Make them fit as tightly as possible in order to prevent leaks.

    • 4). Hammer your largest wooden ring from your bucket's bottom part to its top using a rubber mallet. Continue hammering until the ring reaches two-thirds of the way up your bucket. Hammer the smaller wooden ring about one-third of the way up your bucket. The rings will make sure that the wood pieces are tightly sealed.

    • 5). Turn your bucket over and clean its top and sides with your sandpaper. Pour water into the bucket to test for leaks. Use a small amount of wood putty inside your bucket if you see any leaks.

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