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In the Workshop With Charles Neil It's All About Color 6 DVD Set

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Whether you’re a beginner or a professional you’ll be sure to benefit from Charles’s thirty plus years of woodworking knowledge. Charles presents tough woodworking information and techniques in a very logical, down to earth fashion. So sit back and learn as he walks you through the selecting, preparing and achieving the best possible color out of six of the most popular woods, Cherry, Oak, Maple, Walnut, Poplar, and Mahogany. Learn as he shares his recipes for achieving color with water-based dyes and stains, along with choosing the proper secondary woods for projects that blend beautifully with the primary wood of choice and getting the desired results from your finish. Run time is 6 hours.


  • Achieve the best color from Cherry, Oak, Maple, Walnut, Poplar, and Mahogany

  • Learn to use water-based dyes and stains

  • Choose the proper secondary woods for projects

  • Run time is 6 hours


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    Comments about In the Workshop With Charles Neil It's All About Color 6 DVD Set :

    Charles reviews 6 woods and their reaction to various coloring and techniques. Contains more detail about the woods than his other finishing DVDs. Techniques shown to keep in mind. Covers, maple, oak, poplar, mahogany, walnut and cherry. Shows using poplar as a secondary finishing wood and how to make it look like the primary wood with it's finish. Mostly hand finishing techniques and not spray finishing. Demonstrates use of blotch control on woods.

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