363 Hand Applied Finishes with Hendrik Pt.1

May 29, 2009

For this month’s visit with our very own guest expert Hendrik. We’re wrapping up our 3 part mini-series on finishing by discussing hand-applied finishes and finishing techniques.

I think it’s safe to say that hand application of a finish is the most common method being used by home shop/small shop woodworkers.

Whether it’s applying a traditional penetrating oil such as tung oil or a topcoat such as lacquer, there are steps that can make the difference between a great result and one you wish had never applied.

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  1. Steve says:

    Good Show!
    Have you considered Skyping him into the show instead of using a traditional phone line? It’s sometimes difficult to make out what he says.

    • Matt says:

      Hey Steve,

      What you’re listening to is from a Skype call. Hendrik is still on dial-up, so he doesn’t have Skype. I have to Skype Out to talk with him. I know there’s a little buzz in the background, I haven’t been able to isolate and eliminate it yet.


  2. Doug says:

    Great show. The sound is rough, but there is a lot of great information in the 2 part interview.

    • Matt says:

      Unfortunately you’re right, it has to do with Hendrik’s phone line. Until he gets high speed we can’t use Skype, which would make a huge difference LOL!!

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