Winter tyre hassock

 
Pouffe made from a winter tyre
A high-profile stool

Disused winter tyres can now serve as a comfortable eye-catcher in your living room.

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    Get off to a relaxing start this spring on your old winter tyres. But not on your car, in your home!

    With the right materials and DIY skills, you can transform disused winter tyres into extraordinary high-profile stools. Painted in vibrant colours, these original seats create a unique effect in an apartment or on a balcony.

    • Easy
      Easy tools
      When you want simplicity.
    • Universal
      Universal tools
      Versatility for more.
    • Advanced
      Advanced tools
      When you seek the best.

    Required power tools:

    Other accessories:

    • Utility knife
    • Pencil
    • Nail
    • Parcel string

    Required materials:

    • Old winter tyre
    • Fabric
    • MDF board
    • Foam
    • Paint
    • Turpentine
    • Electric tacker staples

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    Item

    pcs

    Designation

    Length

    Width

    Thickness

    Material

    0

    1

    Old winter tyre

    1

    1

    Fabric

    50 cm

    50 cm

    2

    1

    MDF board

    50 cm

    50 cm

    8 mm

    3

    Foam

    50 cm

    50 cm

    4 cm

    4

    Paint

    5

    Turpentine for thinning the paint

    6

    Electric tacker staples

    1

    Painting

    1 - Painting
    Painting

    First clean the tyres. Then you can paint them in your favourite colour. You can do so evenly and easily with the PFS 2000 paint spray system. Then leave to dry thoroughly.

    2

    Measuring the seat

    2 - Measuring the seat
    Measuring the seat

    To ensure that the seat panel fits precisely in the tyre hole, measure the diameter of the hole and transfer it to the panel. This is easy to do with a nail and some string: Place the nail in the centre of the panel, fasten one end of the string to it at the length of the radius, tie the other end to the pencil and draw a circle.

    3

    Cutting out the seat panel

    3 - Cutting out the seat panel
    Cutting out the seat panel

    Now you can cut out the wooden panel, for example with the PST 10,8 LI cordless multisaw.

    4

    Cutting the foam to size

    4 - Cutting the foam to size
    Cutting the foam to size

    Cut the foam along the wooden panel using a utility knife. Then place the panel on the fabric and cut it out, leaving 7 cm extra on the edge.

    5

    Stapling together the seat

    5 - Stapling together the seat
    Stapling together the seat

    Now it’s time for the cordless tacker, for example the PTK 3,6 LI: Centre the foam and the fabric on the wooden panel, turn everything over and staple the fabric to the panel. Place the stapled surface in the tyre. Your speedy seat is now finished!


    Product recommendations

    Paint Spray System - PFS 2000 Paint Spray System

    PFS 2000


    Legal note

    Bosch does not accept any responsibility for the instructions stored here. Bosch would also like to point out that you follow these instructions at your own risk. For your own safety, please take all the necessary precautions.


     

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