Wood Finishing Techniques and Advice

Size up your sales rep for good service

Written by Greg Williams Tuesday, 22 September 2009 18:44

18_gregwilliams_01Your coating representative is the conduit through which your needs are communicated to distributors and manufacturers

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Proper storage is always your final step

Written by Bob Flexner Wednesday, 26 August 2009 20:38

Finishing products and equipment are flammable and have a shelf life, so take the necessary steps to keep your shop safe

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Practice doesn’t need to make perfect

Written by Greg Williams Tuesday, 28 July 2009 19:36

14_gregwilliams_01You don't want to produce shoddy work, but 'good enough' means meeting quality standards without obsessing over minutia

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Solvent-based finish pick can be tricky

Written by Bob Flexner Friday, 26 June 2009 18:39

The trade-off among catalyzed and non-catalyzed finishes is durability versus ease-of-use; there’s no ‘cure all’

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A rubbed finish will seal the deal well

Written by Greg Williams Monday, 01 June 2009 18:08

Few things will so improve the look and feel of a film coating on wood than “wooling out” your just-completed work

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