Wood Finishing Accidents May Happen These Simple Techniques Can Keep Your Furniture Looking Like New For Many Years To Come
Wood finishing accidents may happen these simple techniques can keep your furniture looking like new for many years to come is article about Magazine bookmarked by greg with ID 13149695412 was uploaded on 29-03-2019 and has been viewed 169,362 times.
Caring for a Finish Photos by Brian Hargreaves Of course you knew better, didn't you? You were in too much of a hurry to apply finish equally to all sides of that dining room table you had spent the past six weekends tenderly bringing to life.
And because of that, the solid table top has cupped badly and cracks are beginning to open up in a few places.All this trouble because you had been in such a hurry to get it done before the annual family Thanksgiving dinner.
It needs to be reinforced that the above scenario is responsible for more premature finish failures than other single cause.Simply stated, you need to give those hidden and not-so-obvious parts of every piece of furniture the same level of attention for finishing.
And that means surfacing too, whether you scrape or sand prior to putting on the finish.The same idea applies, albeit to a lesser extent, to staining, tinting or toning operations.If your particular finish calls for the first coat to be cut (reduced, that is) with thinner, such as is the case with most oils or topcoats (varathane, shellac or lacquer), whatever you to do one side must be done...