|Project by Halc||posted 08-11-2015 02:10 AM||819 views||1 time favorited||3 comments|
My neighbor refinished an old buffet cabinet, but was not able to save the water damaged top. I told her I would make a new top for it. At the lumber yard we found five 4/4 sappy walnut boards that were marked down for clearance. The variations in color, grain and board width seemed like a good match for the job. I milled the boards, glue them up with Tite Bond III and filled some of the knots with epoxy. We are both happy with how the top came out. The finish is four coats of General Finishes High Performance, flat.