Top Notch Finishing Techniques DVD




DVD: Top Notch Finishing Techniques

In this comprehensive finishing guide, George Vondriska teaches you numerous tips for properly finishing your woodworking projects. He walks you step-by-step through the process, discussing some of his favorite techniques. You’ll learn how to expertly coat outdoor projects and utensils, utilize big HLVP spray guns and airbrushes, add a sunburst pattern to completed guitars with an aerosol can and line porous hardwoods with wax. 64 minutes.

Chapter Topics:

  • A Whitewash Finish With Wax
  • Using an Airbrush
  • Sealing Outdoor Furniture
  • Grain Fillers
  • Crackle Finish
  • Food Safe Finish
  • Lacquer and Turbines
  • Spraying Top and Bottom Surfaces
  • Create a Sunburst Pattern
  • Finish Before Assembling
  • Small Turning Finish
  • Mission-Style Finish
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