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People amaze me.I get a real kick out of re-purposed wooden pallet projects. People have come up with some awesome ways to recycle and reuse wooden shipping pallets and it’s truly inspiring. While not specifically survival related, the mentality of creatively using resources is a key theme in any survivor’s mindset. I put together a collection of some of my favorite recycled pallet projects below that I thought you would enjoy.
A note on using pallets. Pallets are typically marked with either MB which means they’ve been chemically treated or HT which means they have been heat treated. Some pallets are also pressure treated with preservatives. You should try to avoid using MB marked and pressure treated pallets for interior projects and gardening projects. Avoid those nasty chemicals!
Have any of you re-purposed a wooden pallet? Share and comment below!
1. Vertical Planter
2. Wall Shelves
3. Garden Work Bench
4. Variety of Chairs
5. Retro Coffee Table
6. Wall Covering
7. Breakfast in Bed Tray
8. Room Divider
9. Office Furniture
10. Wickedly Cool Flooring
11. Dining Table
12. Mason Jar Chandelier
13. Compost Bins
14. End Table
15. Wood Shed
16. Off Grid Cabin
17. Day Bed
19. Shoe Rack
20. Recycled Walking Path
22. Raised Bed Garden
23. Garden Tool Organizer
24. Retail Fixtures
25. Artful Coffee Table
26. Flatscreen Backdrop
27. Pallet Sofa
28. Pallet Headboard
Remember, it’s not IF but WHEN,
By Creek Stewart
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We've lost to history so much survival knowledge that we've become clueless compared to what our great grandfathers did or built on a daily basis to sustain their families.
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