It’s show #472 For May 27th, 2020, and today we are talking about finishing.
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IWF going forward this year. Would you go based on current pandemic events?
- Matt has a solution for the epoxy stalagmites
- Jason shared a video for Matt’s next restoration to sharpen his bandsaw blades.
- Andrew makes cutting boards and is proud
We discuss the basic types of finishes and what they do well or not. We discuss our favorites finishes and application methods and then complain about the misleading marketing in the finishing world.
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Rockler also has 6 simple finishing recipes online. Creating a flawless finish can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. Take the mystery out of wood finishing and avoid costly and frustrating mistakes with these simple recipes. Each recipe includes a video demonstration, step-by-step instructions, and a list of product recommendations that will give you the confidence to create a perfect finish on your next project!
Voicemail and Email
- Phil wants some advice on marking his pieces during glue ups
- Elliot asks is automotive finish might be used on a furniture project
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Social Media Homework
Show us a finish you are proud of and tell us about it. Use the hashtag: #woodtalk472.