Absolute Easiest Way to Install Floating Shelves

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    1. That made me lmao for a min or two. Thank you for sharing this with us and sharing your time.

  1. Thanks David, I been wanting to put up an HO Scale train that will run around my hobby room, and this is the perfect solution. I appreciate all that you do bud.

  2. Super simple and strong, nicely done! So many ways to build and install floating shelves and awesome to inspire others to build. πŸ‘πŸΌ

  3. I’m just here for the helpful tips, like always start the screw before driving it in, and break all the rules. 😁 Thanks for sharing!

  4. Cool project! I’ve been wanting to install some of these around the house. also appreciate the Task Force level. I too own one of those πŸ‘

  5. Dave is by far the coolest Maker on YouTube. Humble AF yet not afraid to try new things. He’s the dude you want drink and smoke with. Been watching his channel for years and it’s awesome watching him progress.

  6. This hardware kit is awesome, I used them on my Sapelle shelves and almost 2 years later and no issues at all. Hold up plenty of weight.

    As usual great video – thanks for sharing

  7. Great video, those turned out great. I had a failed attempt at floating shelves before. Might give this set up a try.

  8. Wow that’s definitely really cool. Hopefully you enjoy it for many years to come. And get great use out of it for many years to come David. Can’t wait to see more videos soon. Keep up the great craftsmanship and hard work my friend. Keep up the great craftsmanship and hard work David. Keep making. God bless.

  9. Not normally what I come here for but great nonetheless!
    I do like the branching out you are exploring

  10. You are the John Carpenter of woodworking channels, by which I mean it doesn’t matter whether the movie is a classic (the thing) or a dud (vampires), the shot composition is always near perfection. Keep up the great work πŸ™‚ it’s enjoyable to watch!

  11. Impact drill bits are the best things I’ve bought in a long time, try using an impact when drilling, so much faster and easier, especially drilling pocket holes. My drills have been collecting dust since I discovered this, unless I’m running a bunch of small screws, nice to have a clutch for those

  12. Looks like a great system for installing removable shelves! Thanks David… πŸ‘πŸ‘

  13. So refreshing to sit back and watch chill, easy, fun, funny content.

    Sometimes bringing it back to basics in WW is what the Doctor ordered. I’m so over the major shop makeovers and big massive projects.

    Thanks for making this video. It was enjoyable and entertaining. Your style and sense of humor put it on top. πŸ‘πŸ½

  14. I thought how you did the Squarespace segment was clever. It seems you have a fair bit of room on your property to expand, which is great – you can never have too much shop space!

  15. Amazing work, Dave! The shelves look fantastic! πŸ˜ƒ
    BTW, here in Brazil we have a saying that goes like this… “When I first started to enter in the internet it was all woods!” So… The part about the sponsor made me remember of it! πŸ˜‚
    Anyway, stay safe there with your family! πŸ––πŸ˜Š

  16. Cut the head off lag bolts (5-7″ long in any hardware store)… then just use a drill to run ’em into your wall’s studs. The portion of the bolt thats left protruding from a wall is the cheapest/fastest/strongest way to mount floating shelves.

  17. Nice! πŸ™ŒI’d like to do some shelving in one of our rooms and will definitely check that hardware out.

  18. I love these floating shelves. There’s just something appealing about the look of floating shelves, especially ones made with ‘real wood’.
    BTW: It’s good to see the return of Elvis.

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