I filled the cracks & voids with two part epoxy. This was recommended by Mr. Lankford – where I bought the mesquite. It worked quite well and sanded easily. I then applied a heavy coat of tung oil. Next is polyurethane.
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I am putting together a hunting camp and the bunkhouse needs a dining table. The space will fit a 48” square table nicely (I’m a little apprehensive about trying a round table, so square it is). This is my first project that I consi...
Last year I started turning pens. I have really enjoyed being able to take a project from start to finish in 45 minutes (or so). A few friends have asked me to make pens for them with “sentimental” pieces of wood – an old tree ...