Rag 'n' Bone Brown is an online video channel documenting woodworking, restoration, DIY and upcycling projects using mainly salvaged wood and reclaimed materials by Keith Brown, Maker Of Things. Videos range from build projects like furniture builds and restorations, workshop projects, home & garden & pet projects to vlogs, tool reviews and influencer interviews. Based in Norwich in the UK, the channel began in 2015 on YouTube.

Can I Build A Log Store In ONE DAY??

In this video I attempt to build a firewood store, in just one day, with limited tools, and using reclaimed timber.

Blocking Up A Window video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20V7BFc4xD4
Render & Pebbledash video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJpbegOR-N0

Wood Preserver https://amzn.to/3Qov0Y0 (Amazon UK) https://geni.us/ebob7v (Amazon Worldwide)

My DIY Shed Build - 2 Year Update

In this video I give a 2 year update about my self build, DIY shed which I built in 2020.

This Could Get Interesting...!! Gate Hanging

In this video I'm installing the 3x large driveway gates that I made for my auntie in a previous video : Making The Gates https://youtu.be/Kls67FFjta0

Three Big Gates, Using Salvaged Wood!

In this video I make three large driveway garden gates using reclaimed wood.

Upgrading My Dust Extraction System

In this video I upgrade my workshop dust collection system.

Pop Up Bench Dogs Are GREAT!

In this video I make what I believe are the ultimate workbench / bench dogs! I love these so much!

Pop up mechanism: https://amzn.to/3nn6PwA (Amazon UK) https://geni.us/pvYg (Amazon Worldwide)

Extended Vice Jaws: A Good Idea?

In this video I experiment with extending my woodworking vice jaws using birch ply and also a way of securing a metal working vice to the workbench.

My Workbench Gets Upgraded!

In this video I start upgrading my main workbench and I say goodbye to the MFT top which I'd like to say served me well, but it really didn't!

10 Workshop Maintenance Tips

Render & Pebbledash In A Window Opening

In this video I will render and pebbledash the old window opening to try and blend it in with the rest of the wall as best I can.

Plasticiser https://geni.us/pDQ2 (Amazon)

Integral Waterproofer https://geni.us/OCPuDr3 (Amazon)

I also used plastering sand (but it was awful!!!), cement and 10mm gravel and exterior masonry paint.