Episode 62 – Freaky Finishing Techniques

141In this episode of 360 with 360WoodWorking, the 360 guys discuss their favorite oddball, or freaky, finishing techniques. And while their both ending up with similar results, their methodologies differ greatly. See which one does a whole lot of extra work and if it’s worth the effort.

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4 thoughts on “Episode 62 – Freaky Finishing Techniques

  1. I wrote an article recently on glazes that provides some whys and hows https://gallery.mailchimp.com/85f44c62cf7023fd358e2dc03/files/Glazes.pdf

  2. Chuck,After applying one of your pigmented antiqueing coats…do you let dry completely?..Do you remove with denatured alchol…or how do you remove it prior to the next coat??

    1. Robert,

      You can’t let it completely dry or it will be incredibly hard to remove. I put a coat on, let it dry for a few minutes until it is fairly dry to the touch, then wash it down with denatured alcohol.

      1. Thanks Chuck for the quick reply…like the 360 site.

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