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Wood Primer: Two Sides to the Story

By Bernie Bottens Posted: 10/06/2011 10:02AM

Primer should be an interface between bare wood and the color coat. They should stick to the wood and they should allow the color coat to stick to them.

Custom Woodwork Bidders: Aim High

By Bill Esler Posted: 10/05/2011 11:28AM

Wroxton Millworks says it has succeeded by staying focused on its niche. When I read about the wood firm a few days ago, it was clear that the niche is one with some business activity bubbling in it.

Woodworking Project Incentives: A Bribe or Gift?

By Rick Hill Posted: 10/04/2011 1:00PM

A good way to reward customers, who refer friends, is to first write them a thank-you note for the help. If the referral turns into business, and you want to send more than just a thank-you note, make it a non-monetary gift, like a dinner coupon or a donation to their favorite charity.

Table Saw Safety: How Safe Is Safe Enough?

By Rich Christianson Posted: 09/30/2011 10:15AM

Woodworking Network readers chime in about the possibility of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission requiring table saw manufacturers to incorporate the SawStop safety device in their products.

Think Like an Auto Body Repairman

By Bernie Bottens Posted: 09/29/2011 9:21AM

Primers are designed to do a number of things including being an interface between the bare wood and the color coat.

Wood Ceilings & Walls: Better Than Plasterboard?

By Bill Esler Posted: 09/28/2011 1:12PM

A wood-based contemporary room - ceiling, floors, and walls - that eliminates drywall grows more practical with two recent innovations from manufacturers Sauder and DIRRT.

Excessive Rules Can Hinder Woodworking Sales

By Rick Hill Posted: 09/27/2011 9:06AM

Don't let excessive rules become a roadblock. Take a look at your sales policies, warranties and hiring practices, eliminate the ones that hinder service and you will see more sales.

Wood Coatings Are Often Less Opaque Than We Think

By Bernie Bottens Posted: 09/22/2011 12:41PM

Wood coatings are less opaque than we think they are that's why a primer should always be used first, and the primer coat must be pristine because it is the white of the primer that helps creates the final color.

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