Last week I discussed contaminates that can mar a finish. Here are more of those gremlins and how to keep them in check. Meet him at the AWFS Fair in the Woodworking Network Booth 2139 sponsored by M.L. Campbell.
Housing values rose in 13 states; and most Americans continue to value and aspire to home ownership. So over the long term, we will see recovery in housing, and the engine that drives residential custom woodworking and cabinetry industries.
When selling your woodworking designs or wood products remember to take yourself out of the equation. Your personal opinion on the affordability, design, and customers financial situation is exactly that, an opinion.
When applying a finish sometimes there are contaminates that we don't see or feel. This week I'm discussing those gremlins and ways to keep them in check. Meet Bernie at the AWFS Fair in the Woodworking Network Booth 2139 sponsored by M.L. Campbell.
Wal-Mart is facing pressure from its shareholders: it's being asked
to monitor whether its low-cost, international suppliers are treating
workers fairly, and whether they are sourcing supplies sustainably. That could help U.S. sources for wood products.
I’m going to define for you the term “water white.” If that phrase means nothing to you then I hope that I can get you going down the right track from the outset. Meet Bernie at the AWFS Fair in the Woodworking Network Booth 2139 sponsored by M.L. Campbell.