Leveler legs on, hinge debris chute screwed on, the inside and
chute given multi coats of garnet shellac, topped with three
coats of Enduro semi gloss water based poly - and some Padouk
So far, so good.
charlie b (in firstname.lastname@example.org) said:
| Leveler legs on, hinge debris chute screwed on, the inside and
| chute given multi coats of garnet shellac, topped with three
| coats of Enduro semi gloss water based poly - and some Padouk
| dust caps/plugs
| So far, so good.
Very nice indeed! A thought to keep in mind: if the allthread "buzzes"
when the lathe is under power, you might want to slip a length of
3/8"ID polyethylene tubing over the rods...
DeSoto, Iowa USA
charlie - like your other work, it looks great.
I have a question about he finish, though. How are you applying the
water based Enduro - spray or brush? Does it get reasonably hard like
a traditional solvent based poly, or does it stay soft like an exterior
One more... that damn chromatic blue. I haven't tried any of the water
based stuff for a couple of years as I put it one a door frame for a
client (didn't want the fumes around his kiddos from the regular stuff)
and it has a blue-ish white tinge to it. More coats made more tinge.
I didn't refinish since he called out the coating, but it was ugly.
Are you having any of this with the Enduro?
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