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  1. Wood Finishing
    After way too many hours of trying to figure it out I think I have it down to two ideas. Will sand to 150, raise grain with water and sand to 150 again first. First Idea Rub it in one coat of old masters tung oil varnish and let dry 24 hours. I was going to use an oil based wood filler...
  2. Wood Finishing
    I've spent the past year building a Massachusetts Block Front chest with the help of Mr. Glen Huey's book. My cabinet-making skills greatly exceed my wood finishing skills and I would appreciate comments on the process I have in mind for this beautiful piece of furniture (before I lead myself...
  3. Wood Finishing
    Hi all, I tried using Crystalac grain filler (over sanding sealer) on an antique radio I was restoring. The final finish was 4 coats of Behlen gloss lacquer sprayed on. The initial result looked pretty good although the Crystalac appeared to have shrunk a bit. After a few weeks, though, I'm...
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