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Two More Glazing Techniques

By Mac Simmons Posted: 10/12/2006 2:00AM

Two More Glazing Techniques: Stringing & Banding: Using colored glazes, you can replicate some of the decorative veneer borders found on fine furniture. - June


Glazes Adding Art to Finishes

By Mac Simmons Posted: 10/12/2006 2:00AM

Glazes: Adding Art to Finishes: An easy glazing technique enables you to create unique patterns and designs. - November


Getting 'Dry and Dirty'

By Mac Simmons Posted: 10/12/2006 2:00AM

Getting 'Dry and Dirty:' A look at two techniques for brushing out dry and paste colorants. - December 2005


Spatter Finishes and Faux Solid Surfaces

By Mac Simmons Posted: 10/12/2006 2:00AM

Spatter Finishes and Faux Solid Surfaces: Faux finishing techniques can be used effectively to make wood look like solid surface materials. By Mac Simmons. - June




Going by the Numbers' to Repair Damages in the Finish

By Mac Simmons Posted: 10/12/2006 2:00AM

Going by the Numbers' to Repair Damages in the Finish: Mac Simmons classifies three types of damages in finishes and gives tips on achieving successful repairs. - August 2000


Rolling Out the Grains

By Mac Simmons Posted: 10/12/2006 2:00AM

Rolling Out the Grains: This technique uses a graining tool to create a 'false wood' finish. By Mac Simmons. - September


A Little About Accentuating the Grain

By Mac Simmons Posted: 10/12/2006 2:00AM

A Little About Accentuating the Grain: This technique for enhancing grain can be used to make one species look like another or bring out the natural beauty of various woods. - October 2001


Getting a Start in the Faux Finish

By Mac Simmons Posted: 10/12/2006 2:00AM

A step-by-step description and advice for successfully creating some of today's most popular finishes.


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