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Spoken Wood Podcast No. 221

September 19, 20121 Comment

Today’s episode was written by Dennis Zongker a contributor to Finewoodworking.com. It’s titled “Toning, Staining and Spraying a Polyurethane Finish“ and was originally posted November 13, 2011. To read this post, along with many many more from a wide variety of contributors and authors visit the Finewoodworking.com Blogs at www.finewoodworking.com/blogs. Click to Play Download Audio […]

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371 Hendrik’s June Visit – Open Q&A Part 2

July 1, 20091 Comment

The second half our June visit with Hendrik… There’s no set theme to today’s show, just whatever woodworking questions came in from you the listener’s. So hopefully you’ll hear something you were wondering about too. And if not, don’t worry, once the summer is over Hendrik will be back for more shows in the fall. […]

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370 Hendrik’s June Visit – Open Q&A

June 30, 20090 Comments

Before heading off for our traditional summer hiatus here at Matt’s Basement Workshop we have our very own guest expert Hendrik Varju stopping by just one more time to take a few of your questions. There’s no set theme to today’s show, just whatever woodworking questions came in from you the listener’s. So hopefully you’ll […]

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363 Hand Applied Finishes with Hendrik Pt.1

May 29, 20095 Comments

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 […]

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356 Hand Applied Staining with Hendrik

April 30, 20091 Comment

As promised here is the regularly scheduled Hendrik episode for April, 2009. In today’s episode Hendrik discusses hand staining your project. Many of us struggle all the time to get even, unblotchy results from stains and in the process find ourselves frustrated and angry. Hendrik offers some great ideas about minimizing that frustration and also […]

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