|Forum topic by StumpyNubs||posted 02-09-2012 11:35 PM||1172 views||0 times favorited||7 replies|
02-09-2012 11:35 PM
Charles Neil has always been known as the “finish king” of woodworking. I am quite certain he was spraying the rails of his baby crib while his diaper was full of shellac. (Too much? Sorry…)
Anywho… Lately he’s been asking for people to tell him about their finishing problems so he can address them in an upcoming DVD (“Finishing Nightmares”). Turns out, he’s messed up the finish on every type of project there is over the years, and in ways that many of us only dream of (or have nightmares about). I suppose that goes with the territory when you’ve spent decades doing it. And along the way he’s learned “a thing or three”, so he doesn’t make those mistakes anymore.
SO, check out his blog ASAP because he’d just “dying” to teach you about “dye”... well, you get it…
Why am I posting about this here? Because camera girl over at his shop told me to do what she said or else I was “finished!” (HA-HA-HA!, Ohhhh, I have to wipe away a tear after that one…)
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