Best Finishing Techniques, Book

Perfect your finishing technique with Fine Woodworking's "Best Finishing Techniques"! This informative book is packed with tips and techniques from the world's most knowledgeable craftsmen. Includes 500 step-by-step photos showing how to achieve flawless finishes with proper preparation, choosing dyes or stains that compliment the wood, how to master the art of applying finishes, and a troubleshooting section to solve potential finishing problems. Also features 36 informative articles from "Fine Woodworking", America's premier woodworking magazine. 240 pages.Technical Details: A detailed guide for perfecting your finishing technique500 step-by-step photos showing how to achieve flawless finishesArticles and information on proper preparation, choosing dyes or stains that compliment the wood, and how to master the art of applying finishesA troubleshooting section helps you solve potential finishing problems36 informative articlesFrom the editors, contributors, and readers of "Fine Woodworking", America's premier woodworking magazine240 pages

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