Schiffer Publishing Ltd - Finishes for Wood
Open this book and it will be as if you are enrolled in a step-by-step finishing school, featuring 14 different techniques for refining your wood surfaces. All of the tools and methods needed to...
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Open this book and it will be as if you are enrolled in a step-by-step finishing school, featuring 14 different techniques for refining your wood surfaces. All of the tools and methods needed to successfully change the image of any wooden surface are provided.
More than 200 clear, color photographs accompany the text. In addition, there are instructions for restoring damaged finishes. The projects are arranged in order, from the most basic to the very advanced, and a color gallery provides a final look at all of the finishes. This book is an invaluable resource for everyone wishing to master finishing.
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goes without saying that following guidelines, staying safe, maintaining one’s
health, being aware of your surroundings, and taking care of yourself and each
other are at the top of the list. Without a unified effort in the common goal
of defeating this virus by doing our part, none of us would be able to sustain
a healthy, productive woodworking lifestyle that we have all become accustom to