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Learn to apply this durable finish on pens, table legs, and other turned furniture projects in this video demonstration by Teri Masaschi, a professional finisher who lives near Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Masachi demonstrates her technique for finishing slightly open-grained wood or areas of exposed end grain. It starts with an application of Mylands cellulose sanding sealer. After that has dried, she sands lightly, then applies a high-build friction polish using a lint-free cloth while the piece is turning.
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