4 Best Place To Buy Recycled Golf Balls

Updated on: September 2020

Best Place To Buy Recycled Golf Balls in 2020


Orange Unisex Value Mix Value - 50 Mint Quality Recycled

Orange Unisex Value Mix Value - 50 Mint Quality Recycled
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

Callaway Chrome Soft Refinished Golf Balls (50 Pack)

Callaway Chrome Soft Refinished Golf Balls (50 Pack)
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Buy from the world's largest Manufacturer of Recycled and refinished golf balls
  • For at least half the price of new
  • Professional testing by an independent lab show there is no performance loss between a new golf ball, a Recycled golf ball, and a refinished golf ball
  • Packaging may vary from the image

Titleist Pro V1 2016 AAA Recycled Golf Balls - 24 Pack

Titleist Pro V1 2016 AAA Recycled Golf Balls - 24 Pack
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Buy from the world's largest Manufacturer of Recycled and refinished golf balls
  • For at least half the price of new
  • Professional testing by an independent lab show there is no performance loss between a new golf ball, a Recycled golf ball, and a refinished golf ball
  • 24 golf balls for extra value
  • Packaging may vary from the image

Bridgestone e6 Orange AAAAA Pre-Owned Golf Balls

Bridgestone e6 Orange AAAAA Pre-Owned Golf Balls
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Premium Quality Used Golf Balls
  • Save up to 80% off the price of new golf balls
  • 100% Money Back Guarantee
  • Never feel guilty about losing a golf ball again
  • Packaging may vary from the image

Making Wood Floors from Recycled Tractor Trailer Beds in Onlalaska, Washington

Making wood floors from recycled tractor trailer beds In Onlalaska, WA.

About three years ago I got a phone call from someone in Onlalaska, WA who had seen my website and wanted to know if I would help them install recycled tractor trailer beds as a wood floor.

I was curious enough to set up an appointment to go see what the situation was. I had no reason to think I couldn't help but wanted more information.

I found out that the owner of the house was building a new home. He had worked closely with a trucking firm out of Illinois. He found out they were salvaging truck beds from some damaged trailers and he could get the material at a really good price.

He had a whole tractor trailer full of this wood delivered to his home. Fortunately he had a large barn to store it in until it was time to install it.

This material was unlike anything i had ever worked with but much of the same principles of working with a wood floor applied.

The material was inch wide strips laminated together much like a bowling alley. Some pieces were 12 inches wide and some were 13 inches wide. The thickness of the flooring was an inch and a half. It resembled a normal 2x12 only it was made of red and white oak. Some of the pieces were 26 foot long. I definitely wasn't in Kansas anymore Toto.

Instead of being tongue and grooved the pieces were ship lapped. The top edge of one side of the board was notched and the bottom edge of the other side was notched so they overlapped. They also had a small bead on each surface where they met. We had to run each piece through the table saw both sides so they would fit tight together on the finished floor. I had never run a 26 foot long piece of oak through my table saw and it was very challenging.

Each piece was a custom fit. Although there was a plywood sub-floor in the new house we wanted the ends of the boards to end on a joist. The walls of the entryway would not allow us to take the boards through the house. There were too many turns. We ended up carrying the boards around the outside deck and around the corner and in the sliding door. The deck at the time consisted of loose sheets of plywood laying on the joists.

The pieces weighed about 100 to 120 pounds each so we didn't want to make a trip back to the saw. Once the floor pieces were in place we pry barred them together and drilled three screw holes on every other joists. We made a template with three holes evenly spaced so we knew where the holes should be drilled. This made the pattern of the holes uniform.

I helped them get the first floor installed and taught them to use the 110 drum sander and edger. I also taught them how to apply finish on the floor. I started the second floor at the top of the stairs. I left them with some basic tools.

At that time I took a long road trip to Cape Canaveral Florida to spend a month with my mother. I had my cell phone with me if they ran into any problems. This allowing them to finish off the first floor themselves and work on the second floor kept the project within their budget.

When I got back they were just finishing up the sanding on the second floor. The floor looked great and they were very happy with it. It was extremely solid.

After this job I was getting ready for my next challenge which was a bamboo floor laid at 70 degrees to the walls but that's another story.

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