I'm building a door of CVG Fir. It looks great, and before I varnish
it, I wanted to even out the color, so it would have a more consistent
orange look that Fir has. Has anyone done anything in this area? Maybe
an orange shellac followed by varnish?
Speaking of which, for a front door, is spar varnish the finish of
choice? Or is there something else that would be better? I don't want
a high gloss, but do want good protection.
For plain wood, try Sikkens products, their coatings are reputed to
last very long times indeed - on the order of 10 years+. It's the
brand of choice for outdoor signmakers serving ski lodges and other
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