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As the editor for most of the finishing articles in Fine Woodworking over the last decade, I've often had to come up with pieces of furniture for our finishing authors to demonstrate their skills on.For the last month or so Peter Gedrys has been working on a Federal-sytle desk that I made and working closely with him made me wonder if many of our readers have had their furniture finished by a pro.

Finishing is probably the step that woodworkers feel most nervous about.Its skills are totally different from the design and construction of a piece, so why not contract out that step in the process?...

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