Glazing with Polyurethane
This nearly foolproof method offers durability and full control over the color and depth of finish
Polyurethane finish has excellent resistance to heat, moisture, and solvents, making it a good choice for a number of woodworking projects. This article provides tips for working with polyurethane, including how to add tint and apply a stain, the best methods for preparing a surface, and methods for wiping on glaze coats. The author details how to apply the first, and most important, coat of glaze, how to sand it, adjust the tones, and apply subsequent coats.
From Fine Woodworking #147