On today’s show we’re talking about: ozoroa reticulata, unnecessary expensive tools, cross grain workbench, and making a table lighter.
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- Kevin wonders what he is missing by not mixing his own glue and shellac
- Aaron wants to use Purpleheart and needs advice on color and complementary species
- Leonid wants to find Oliepod Burl for future projects
- Steve seeks tips on moving large projects around when working in the shop alone
- Jason asks if there are any reasons to buy expensive tools when it comes to marking and measuring tools
- Andy asks if laminating together a workbench top where the boards from from front to back instead of along the long axis could cause problems
- Ryan wonders how to reduce the weight of a farm house table built from Hickory
- Scott wonders what we would do if we actually did quit WoodTalk and our woodworking businesses
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2 replies on “WT432 – Pee in the Glue Pot”
Shannon – what is the website and product you mentioned as an alternative to shellac?
Shellacfinishes.com. Its still technically a shellac but its “enhanced” with synthetics too.