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  1. Wood Finishing
    I am working on a table-building project involving a walnut slab that has a number of defects (knotholes, etc.) that I would like to fill with clear epoxy prior to sanding flush and applying a rub-on polyurethane finish. Many of the resins available have a yellow or amber cast when poured to...
  2. Wood Finishing
    We just bought a farm table, constructed from reclaimed barn wood from southern Missouri. We transported the table in a closed trailer, from the Midwest to Northern CA during the summer heat... when we removed the carefully packed table...surprise, there was a huge crack along the grain of one...
  3. Wood Finishing
    I'm relatively new to woodworking and will be making an outdoor sign from a large elm slab. The slab is roughly 3' x 4' x 3" thick and is fairly dry. My question is, how do I best fill the cracks and ensure they or the filler don't separate during the changing weather throughout the year in...
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