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Download Building Cabinets, Bookcases & Shelves: 29 Step-by-Step by Popular Woodworking Editors PDF

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A position for Everything...

Whether you wish garage for books, DVDs, video games or outfits, you'll locate appealing, customized strategies during this ebook. Open shelving? An enclosed cupboard? A vintage bookcase? They're all right here. Building Bookcases, cupboards and cabinets offers 29 garage ideas in various shapes and sizes with either open and enclosed garage. each one undertaking contains slicing lists, step by step directions and assistance and recommendation from specialist woodworkers who've made every piece. better of all, you could construct them simply as they're, or customise extra to make every bit uniquely yours.

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To give a fair evalua tion , I showed the panels to a co uple of other profession al woodworkers and weighed their opi nions as we ll as my own . I used solvent-based lacqu er as th e ben ch mark against which all the finishes we re j udged for appea rance. Lacquer imbues wood w ith a warm tone, what I call a light am be r color, and the finish also has clarity, w hich adds de pth, especiall y after th ree coa ts or more. T he best of the finishes approached thi s loo k. I downgraded fin ishes if th ey had a slightly cool or blu e cast and were d ull or clo udy.

Water-based finishes are similar in that they, too, contain resins and solvents. But water-based finishes have many more additives than traditional lacquers, sometimes as many as 20, to deal with the basic resins and additives used in finishes. These improvements translate to finishes that bond better to solvent-based products and are tougher, yet easier to sand and rub out. With the exception of one water-based shellac, the resins in the water-based finishes incompatibility of water and resin.

Then after assem bly, usuall y o nly a light hand-sandi ng is needed before the finish is applied . Then, using finer and finer grits , the scra tc hes from the previ ou s sand pape r are redu ced until the piece is smoo th . Often, g rains co m e off the paper as the sandin g takes place. You can prevent this by vacuuming dust and sanding debris before moving to finer g rits. A dr awer is a good examp le. If the interior pieces of a drawe r need sanding , do so before assem - WHETHER FAIRINGA CURVE or flattening a tabletop, the right tools and techniques yield quality results.

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