Woodworking Techniques: Finishing – George Vondriska provides tips on how to apply finish to your projects. A WoodWorkers Guild of America (WWGOA) original video.
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Here’s Part 2 of 2 on this series of Finishing a Standing Height Desk. While it has a modern, urban kind of look, this video series focuses on how I accomplished the finish. This part walks you through how I applied and polished a tung oil varnish on a solid walnut desk top. It’s a pretty easy finish to apply, as in it’s not complicated, but it does require some time. But in the end it produces a gorgeous hand-rubbed appearance but with a good, hard protective coating. On walnut, it especially looks exquisite, too. Enjoy! Video Rating: / 5
I know what your thinking… wood finishes are a very subjective topic and there really is no single best finish. But this woodworking finish is my personal favorite, especially on walnut, which is my favorite wood. It’s a finish made famous by amazing woodworkers like Sam Maloof and George Nakashima.
This finish may not be the most durable or the cheapest, but it feels the most natural to me. Video Rating: / 5
Have you ever wanted to know of a good way to finish quarter sawn white oak for your woodworking projects? Fortunately, there’s more than one way to do it! In this quick-ish video we demonstrate three methods of finishing that will help give the best pop to the figure in quarter sawn white oak.
More on the blog, too: http://www.woodworkerssource.com/blog/tips-tricks/how-to-finish-quarter-sawn-white-oak-so-the-figure-pops/
See a demo on a clever way to have a clear natural finish, a stained finish, and a replica “mission style” or Arts and Craft finish using dye and stain.
You’ll learn an easy, step-by-step way to to create an ultra shiny, rock hard finish on your wood pens with the PSI Woodworking “I Can’t Believe This Finish” Starter Set. See how to use the set’s specially formulated CA glue, Plastic Finishing Sandpaper Kit, ONESTEP plastic finish Polish and CA Accelerator to create a wood pen finish that’s hard to believe. A finish that won’t mar, won’t scratch, won’t yellow, cleans like glass and lasts forever. Video Rating: / 5
VISIT US at: http://toymakingplans.com. Cynthia Lewman of ToymakingPlans.com shows how to make an inexpensive, child-safe, non-toxic wood toy miracle finish. The finish wipes clean with a damp cloth and is soft to the touch. The utensils used are easily cleaned with hot water and dishwashing soap. Beeswax can be purchased online or found at local hobby stores such as Michael’s and Hobby Lobby. Visit our website at http://www.toymakingplans.com. Video Rating: / 5