|Forum topic by s2_bo||posted 10-05-2015 03:08 PM||624 views||0 times favorited||7 replies|
10-05-2015 03:08 PM
Hello, I just stumbled across this forum while looking for some expert advice on finishing a walnut table I made last year.
Its a circular table made up of “pizza” shaped sections
I have sanded it back and then rotex sanded to 320 so its super smooth.
Could someone recommend a good durable finish that doesn’t darken it to much but gives it a more robust surface then the danish oil I have been using.
It has to be done in situ as I cant take it back to the workshop so ideally something that can be applied over the course of one of two days and not one coat a day for the next 5 days etc…
As far as filling the grain goes, can I oil / wet sand it with tung oil using a orbital sander before finishing with the appropriate oil/wax/varnish?
Many thanks in advance.