Finishing Touch You Can Get Beautiful Results Applying Film Finishes Shellac Varnish Polyurethane Waterborne And Lacquer With A Brush But To Do So You Need To Select The Right Brush And Use The Right Technique
Finishing touch you can get beautiful results applying film finishes shellac varnish polyurethane waterborne and lacquer with a brush but to do so you need to select the right brush and use the right technique is article about Magazine bookmarked by calvin with ID 1506237843 was uploaded on 17-02-2019 and has been viewed 185,257 times.
Brushes for Applying a Finish Photos by Rob Brown (Photo Lead Dreamstime.com) In addition to using the right brush and the correct technique, practice counts as well - lots of it.Like most things in life, repetition builds skill.
You don't expect to cut perfect dovetails the first time round, nor should you expect to achieve a perfect finish without practicing your brushing technique.Most of my finishing is done with shellac or varnish.
Occasionally I'll use a waterborne finish for light-coloured woods when I want a super clear finish with minimal amber or yellow tone.All these film finishes are tough, wear well, have good abrasion and water resistance, and can be rubbed to produce an exceptionally even, smooth surface.
Surface preparation is an important factor in getting a good finish.You want to select the right abrasive to get the smoothest surface.Similarly, when it comes to brushing on a finish, you want to use the right brush.
The most important part of a brush is its filaments (also referred to as 'bristles' or 'hairs').It's the filaments, along with your brushing technique, that will have the greatest impact on the quality of your finish.
With proper care, brushes will last for...