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  1. Wood Finishing
    I recently began tackling my first furniture project making a coffee table and matching end tables. Some of the furniture pieces my wife and I already have in our living room are white, so I have been attempting to paint these new tables white as well. I am going for anywhere in between a...
  2. Wood Finishing
    Hi all, I'm new here! I found some great reclaimed 2x6 boards that I'm making a coffee table with. I don't want to sand them at all because I really love all the flaws and the awesome grey color. There are also some rusted spots lines where they were banded and I want to keep those as well...
  3. Wood Finishing
    I have found a great outdoor piece of furniture that is heavily weathered. It had a clear coat at some point but has mostly blistered off. However it has created a great look and I don't want to completely remove all the old varnish/clear coat. I have sanded the entire piece with 50grit and then...
  4. Wood Finishing
    I'm not a wood expert, nor a finishing expert. I started a project at home and it's veered off in a way that I do not like. I purchased two unfinished wood 3 drawer dressers, which I want to finish in a dark gray but still be able to see the grain. My first attempt did not come out right, I...
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    I have a rather large bookcase that needs to be repainted. The first time around I used a Glidden latex paint. It never seemed to fully dry and remained sticky to the touch for over a year. Needless to say, it needs to be redone. I intend to sand it fully before i repaint it. I am not sure...
  6. Wood Finishing
    Hi all, thanks in advance for your insight! I have seen some similar posts on this topic but nothing for a few months so thought I would restart with a clear title. I’m going to be doing an increased qty of furniture finishing, including stand alone pieces, cabinets, built-ins, etc., (mostly...
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