Tim Serges: Thanks especially with panel part number. Question, since triangle is fixed dimension, what length of bungee cord did you have that insured proper tension for rebound.
Jeff Fuchigami: Can the panel withstand the force of shooting practice (i.e. snap/slapshot) or would you say the sheet is limited to stick handling only? This would save me and arm and a leg if it is durable as those tiles/boards advertised on hockey aid websites...
Ilya Bulychev: Thanks for the great video, will save me at least $150 now :) I'm buying that panel today :) Quick Question, wouldn't it be easier to just wrap that bungee cord any regular chair or a stool? Everyone of us have a kitchen chair, so why not just use that for rebounder? and you can put anything heavy you want on top of it :)
Mike Maratea: Bought the board from Home Depot. Works great!! Thanks for the post. The pledge really helped a lot too.
huskingaming: Cool rebounder I am gonna try it too
Susan Gefvert: Dude, thank you. I am definitely buying that board
Anurag Kumar: you suck
2boss4u567: nice green biscit in the background lol
koofdome: This is also slippery as it is right out of the store. What it really is, is MDF board with an acrylic layer on top. Tese boards are used for laundry rooms, kitchens, or bathrooms as they are mold and mildew resistant, cheap, and waterproof. Like I said, they are ALREADY SLICK. You can chose to use Pledge or a wood polish to make them ridiculously smooth. Do not use silicone lubricant, that stuff smells and will stain. Simply spray Pledge and wipe with a cotton rag.
koofdome: 8'x4' malamine boards are sold at Menards for $12.65. They are in the Wallcoverings Department right with the wall panels and ceiling tile. SKU # is 507-1063. If you want to adhere these boards to thicker pieces of wood underneath, use Loctite Power Grab construction adhesive or an epoxy resin. I work at Menards in this department lol
Tyler Morgano: this guy sounds like jim gaffigan
wayd19: Those clips are for an undermount sink
Sahil Patel: How long are each of the pieces of wood for the puck rebounder?
Zaid Syed: What is the stuff you put around the wood?
Jeus He: Can you tell me what the item pin is, the description one was invalid
Mark Ivan: yes, you'll have to from time to time
Andrew Skrobak: do you ever re-spray it with the Pledge?
PapaEsch: Nice job!, I live in Ontario and got that 4x8 sheet at Home Depot for $6 because it had a nick in it, will make the rebounder tonight. At Pro Hockey Life they want $80 for a 2X3' piece of plastic, that's nuts. Thanks for the great idea, I can hear the neighbours side car windows smashing already.
Cert: Building stuff is always in my family gene. My dad is a new york auto technician and taught me everything I need to know about cars. Now I sell car parts online to suppliment my income. So it does help when there's good guidance.
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