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Anyway... on to the door bench
Time / Tools: Cut all pieces for the desired length and height of arms. You will need a hand held circular saw, counter sink drill bit and electric drill. First day to cut assemble and base coat of white paint. Second day, milk paint finish.
Material: 3 solid core doors, 2.5 in screws, glue, milk paint (General Finish Brand)
Pro Tip: You don't have to make the bench this big but if you do make sure to do the center support. The center support was not on the first one of these I made and it eventually broke.