What do you turners use to seal green wood that you don’t finish in one setting and you don’t want penetration to keep it from splitting.
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Location: Atlanta Ga.
I'm a retired Air Traffic controller. Spent 35 years telling pilots where to go. Now I enjoy my time in the shop making various things from wood.
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I’m building a Cracker Barrel rocker however my lathe wasn’t long enough to turn the back legs in one piece. My idea was to turn two pieces and use a 3/4 dowel and glue the two together. If I had been smart enough I would have turned...