Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'grain filler'

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Sanding Sealer versus Grain Filler

07-21-2011 11:36 AM by Tootles | 5 comments »

I’m probably writing something that many people already know, but I’m writing this as much for myself, to remind me later what I’ve learned, as for any others out there for whom this is new. I’ve just recently made a box, mainly out of Tasmanian Oak. It’s my first real project of any significance in over twenty years and I’ve had fun doing it. But I got to the stage where it is complete bar the finishing and that’s where I got a little stuck. ...

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Conference Table for Local Church #13: The Tables Are Done!

12-17-2008 04:57 AM by Sawdustonmyshoulder | 6 comments »

After my clients chose a clear natural finish for the table, I used a natural-colored grain filler and 5 coats of satin Minwax Wipe On Poly to complete the tables. It took about 10 men to lift and move it to my 12 foot trailer to move it to the church. The legs and stretchers were assembled using oak pins using the draw bore pin method. The table top dropped into position nicely and with a few screws to keep it from “floating off”. :-) You can never trust gravity, you know. ...

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