|Forum topic by Matthew||posted 12-06-2014 11:42 PM||902 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
12-06-2014 11:42 PM
I am trying to get a good quote together for a customer that wants a “relatively inexpensive” table. They specifically said they want to use a cheaper wood such as poplar, and stain it a darker color. So, I’ll give the customer what she wants. Now, I am slightly concerned about botching, and do not usually stain very many pieces.
That said, here’s my question:
In this case, knowing that I don’t stain very often, if I were to buy stain and a blotch control product for this project, should I bill the customer as I typically have, by just what I use, or do I charge them for the whole can of product, in the likely case that I won’t use the product for another project.
I would appreciate feedback from jocks who may have been there and done that before.
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