- Video: Can the Can(ned) Shellac
Canned shellac is convenient, but if you want more control over your finish you'll need to mix your own. In this video, executive are director Mike Pekovich shows ...
- Video: How to Use Traditional Milk Paint
Learn how to apply a classic Shaker finish
- Video: Finishing Technique for Greene and Greene Furniture
A simple recipe for reproducing this classic furniture style's finish
- Video: How to Apply an Aerosol Finish
Aerosol finishes offer woodworkers a simple, economical way to apply a super smooth finish, without investing in a high priced spray rig.
- Video: Easy Three-Part Furniture Finish
Learn how to apply an easy three-part clear finish to your furniture
- Video: High Gloss in Minutes
Use an electric polisher and automotive polishing compound to create a mirror finish in no time
- Video: Foolproof Brushing Techniques
Learn how to use the right brush for the right job
- Video: Peter Gedrys: A Clear Finish for Maple
Peter Gedrys shows you how to preserve maple's pale, natural look with a water-based finish
- Video: How to Pop the Curl in Cherry
A fail-safe finishing method, when you want some blotchiness to accentuate the grain
- Video: A Fast-Drying Wiping Varnish
As they say at Indy, start your engines. Here's how to mix and apply a durable, fast-drying wiping varnish.
- Video: Build a Multidrawer Cabinet: Applying the Finish
In the final installment of our interactive project, see how Gochnour finishes the cabinet with Danish oil and shellac.
- Video: How to Create a Sunburst Finish
See how mixing two colors of water-based dye creates a striking two-color effect that enhances the appearance of figured wood
- Video: Refinishing Furniture: Step Five--Rub Out a Finish
Take your finish to the next level with the often-skipped rubbing-out process. Fifth in a five-part video series.
- Video: Refinishing Furniture: Step Four--Simple Techniques to Apply Varnish
Varnish is the perfect topcoat to repel moisture and alcohol. Fourth in a five-part video series.
- Video: Tips on Making a Shellac Pad
An easy-to-make applicator lets you put down thin, even coats of shellac