By far, the weakest part of my woodworking knowledge is finishing.
For pens, I have several finishes down pat, including the CA, CA/BLO, triple buff, etc... but these don't make the transition to larger items very well.
For bowls and hollow forms, all I've done so far is the Don Pencil triple buff and, while it looks good, I'm wanting a better, more durable, glossier finish for some of the items I've recently turned.
I could get a small, inexpensive sprayer right now, if necessary.
I want/need a "For Dummies" level book for finishing turned items. Seriously.
Thanks in advance for the advice!
Gregory of TurnedLotsFinishedFew Forest
<edit to add> I'm open to dvd's also. But EASY, please!
I've heard about spray can laquer finishes, but haven't seen an instructional using them...
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Edited by Gregory of Sherwood Forest (09/28/10 11:44 AM)