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Finishingflaws1

Recovery tips for when things go awry

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Dye1

More colors, better control, and lower cost make dyes a popular choice.

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Waxfinishing1

Top off your work with a final lustrous touch.

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Wipe-on finishes are popular for a variety of reasons, the biggest of which is the ease of application.

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Epoxy1

Practical tricks for some very tough stuff

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The difference between water- and oil-based wood fillers, and how to tell if your project is a good candidate for a wood filler.

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Pick the perfect patch.

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Mineraloil

All finishes made after 1972 are food-safe when cured properly. This process can take several weeks after a film has formed. We recommend adding a couple days beyond the products label’s recommendation to allow for temperature and humidity variations. A good rule of thumb is 30 days.

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General Finishes Gel Stains contain urethane, which allows the gel stains to be used for finishing over existing top coats, stains, and paints.

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