|Forum topic by ShowLowLinks||posted 12-15-2009 07:33 AM||870 views||0 times favorited||6 replies|
12-15-2009 07:33 AM
First post. Great site!
I am currently working on a juniper rustic coffee table for my cabin’s patio area. The weather at the cabin is typical mountain weather (snow, etc.). I have a multi-part question that has got me stalled-out at the moment. I’m trying my hand at stone inlay work on the table in order to fill the natural voids (Crack, etc.). In an inconspicuous part under the table, I started experimenting with stone inlay and CA adhesive. With bare wood the CA adhesive, the wood was darkly stained considerably. I heard that you can use sanding sealer in the general area of the void (crack) in order to avoid CA adhesive staining. My questions are the following:
1. If I apply lacquer sanding sealer over the entire piece prior to doing the stone inlay, will the lacquer sanding sealer protect the wood from CA adhesive staining?
Many thanks for any help,