Wood Finisher's Handbook
Indispensable guide to the best techniques. Shows how to prepare new wood, restore or remove old finishes, disguise defects, use 8 types of stains, coatings, finishes, varnish, lacquer, shellac, 2-part finishes, paint-exterior stains.
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Staining and Filling
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achieve alcohol antique apply the stain belt sander blade bleach bronze powder brush burnisher burnt umber called cause chemical stains clean cloth coated abrasives container cubic inches dissolve dust edge fill filler finishing material fluidram French polishing fumes furniture glue gold leaf grade grain pattern grainer grit hand scraper hole Illus knife lacquer latex linseed oil liquid look lumber marks method oil finish oil varnishes oil-based paper penetrating oil piece pigmented oil stain pigments plane plywood pores pressure produce pumice putty quarter-sawed raise the grain remove resin rollers rottenstone rubbing sanding sandpaper scraper scratch sealer shading stain shellac smooth solvent spray equipment spray gun square steel wool stencil stripper stroke synthetic thin thinner tinting colors tool top coat tung oil type of stain usually varnish veneer water stain water-based wipe wood finishing wood surface