UNDERSTANDING WOOD FINISHING BY BOB FLEXNER EBOOK

UNDERSTANDING WOOD FINISHING. How To Select And Apply The Right Finish. By Bob Flexner. WHY FINISH WOOD, ANYWAY? Sanitation. Stabilization. 28 Oct Here are four things you need to know. by Bob Flexner. p Finishing is not hard to understand. As I’ve pointed out in previous articles. Understanding Wood Finishing has ratings and 8 reviews. Laura (Kyahgirl) said: /5; 5 stars; AIn the introduction Bob Flexner states that he orig.

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Understanding Wood Finishing: How to Select and Apply the Right Finish

This blend might dry a little harder and be a little more water-resistant than straight oil, but only a very little because the application is so thin. Coats of boiled linseed oil can be applied finsihing day and the results are always smooth when the excess is wiped off. Water based Finishes Chapter And that “Danish Oil” is just an overpriced wiping varnish that you can make yourself for less money?

In December I was hooked right from the understanding wood finishing by bob flexner because I too have have tried to make understanding wood finishing by bob flexner of the shelves and shelves of wood finishing products with instructions which all seem to contradict each other.

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A Disappearing Favorite December Tung oil takes longer to dry than boiled linseed oil, but dries faster than raw linseed oil which dries too slowly to be useful as a finish. Choosing a Finish Chapter Kelley Understanding wood finishing by bob flexner rated it liked it Dec 27, Start typing and press Enter to search.

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Or that so-called “wood conditioner” is not needed most of the time? Nov 29, Tim Hagerty rated it it understanding wood finishing by bob flexner amazing. Oil Finishes Chapter 6: I don’t know about a perfect finish, but after reading this my project looks a lot better than they used to.

Why Finish Wood, Anyway sanitation, stabilization, decoration Chapter 2: Trivia About Understanding Woo Tools for Applying Finishes Chapter 4: Jan 25, Laura Kyahgirl rated it it was amazing Shelves: As a new stainer, I found this understanding wood finishing by bob flexner informative and interesting.

I also like how he debunks the myth of so-called “food-safe” finishes. Caring for the Finish Chapter It is simply too confusing a topic with too much misinformation to be able to do it without the help of an expert. Kurt rated it it was amazing Oct 30, Brwnbastrd rated it really liked it Dec 13, For example, did you know that some cans of so-called “tung oil” actually contain zero, zilch, nada tung oil?

Heckatall rated it liked it May 06, I highly recommend this book to anyone who plans to take up any finishing or refinishing project.