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Project by bkap posted 04-01-2017 06:32 PM 1442 views 3 times favorited 11 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I am adding new pictures in hopes I have done better with my photography. It looks like these pictures will show the finish as I wanted in my first post. It not please let me know and I will try again.

Let me repeat that this Maloof finish is so good it has lasted over 15 years without any toughup, only dusting. Learn how to apply this finish to your projects, email me for the free text at bill@kappelusa.com.

-- Rocking Chair Guy





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Redoak49

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#1 posted 04-01-2017 06:42 PM

Magnificent chairs

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ralbuck

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#2 posted 04-01-2017 07:04 PM

Fantastic sitting!

-- Wood rescue is good for the environment and me! just rjR

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oldrivers

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#3 posted 04-01-2017 07:51 PM

Very nice, love the Maloof rockers.

-- Soli Deo gloria!

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pottz

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#4 posted 04-01-2017 09:50 PM

much better now I can really see its beauty.i agree on the maloof finish I use it all my furniture,it lets the beauty of the wood shine.very nice work as always.

-- sawdust the bigger the pile the bigger my smile-larry,so cal.

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#5 posted 04-01-2017 10:50 PM

Ah! Much better pictures. Nice work on this project!

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bkap

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#6 posted 04-02-2017 02:25 AM

Tlhnaks for the nice comments, I do hope this has been of some help.

Notice this is one of my old styles rockers without the ‘Ranch’ front leg. I had extra wood so I made the runners from on piece instead of laminating them. The holidays I just filled with T88 epoxy, as Sam Maloof says “epoxy is a good filler”. I did put black paint in the epoxy as I usually do. It does have the ‘Crown’ Headrest which comes in handy especially while reading.

The Texas Honey Mesquite changes color, over time, from an orange tint to this more subdued or neutral color. Like I say this rocker is over fifteen years old so the color has neutralized out.

-- Rocking Chair Guy

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#7 posted 04-02-2017 02:52 AM

I really like your variation of these rockers. Great job sir.

-- Nature created it, I just assemble it.

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#8 posted 04-02-2017 12:17 PM

This is such a beautiful rocker and displays a lot of fine details and craftsmanship.

helluvawreck aka Charles
http://woodworkingexpo.wordpress.com

-- helluvawreck aka Charles, http://woodworkingexpo.wordpress.com

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#9 posted 04-02-2017 02:17 PM

The blended joints and overall smoothness of these rockers have always impressed me, fine work!

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#10 posted 04-02-2017 02:18 PM

beautiful

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#11 posted 04-02-2017 02:40 PM

excellent craftsmanship!

-- masrol, kuala lumpur, MY.

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