Black Walnut Kitchen cabinets update

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Project by Xrayguy posted 03-01-2014 01:22 AM 2307 views 0 times favorited 6 comments Add to Favorites Watch

the never ending kitchen remodel lol well if i didnt take a few months off it would of ended sooner.

-- Brad J

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#1 posted 03-04-2014 05:42 PM

hee hee when we get the money i’ll be doing the same thing for us

-- Wood and Glass they kick (well you know) Have a great day - Dug

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#2 posted 03-06-2014 03:51 PM

Great looking cabinets and drawers, gorgeous wood choice and awesome finish. You should be proud. Great job!

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#3 posted 03-28-2014 01:11 PM

Just getting started on fronting kitchen cabinets with home sawn walnut. Air dried, but thinking I will have to put it in the kiln after it is cut to size (rails, stiles, and boards for panels and drawer glue ups). I like what you did with the drawers, continuing the grain, and was planning on doing the same. This kitchen is small, and the only place to put in a toe kick drawer, hubby put in a toe kick heater instead…..Slant Fin. Big question is really…..what finish did you use? Planning on spraying as much as I can. Being cautious about WB on walnut, but have only used hand finishes up till now. Gave myself an early Mother’s Day present of an Earlex 5500, and added a 1.5 mm needle to the package. Have heard that Vintage Cherry and lacquer looks good, but what about endurance in a kitchen? Anyone?

-- Dana, Illinois

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#4 posted 01-23-2015 07:37 PM

Hey Brad. Any update on your “Never ending” kitchen project? Would love to see how it is going and see the project with a finish on the walnut.

-- Scott in Texas

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#5 posted 01-23-2015 09:47 PM

lol yes still a work in progress. but getting closer. the finish I’m using is from a woodworker/chemist from Portland Oregon. it’s a blend of micro refined walnut oil,shellac (DC 104) followed by a coat of tongue oil. both are wipe on products. The doc 104 was meant for wood turning but applies and looks amazing. The tongue oil is more for durability.

-- Brad J

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#6 posted 02-15-2015 07:24 PM

Really nice, know exactly what your going through, spent a year and a half doing ours.

-- dshute, Warsaw, New York

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