Our painter is tired of 20+ years of interior/exterior house painting
and wonders what is next in his life. I recalled a comment recently
about being Mohawk "trained" but couldn't find anything searching
recent subjects in the wreck so thought I'd ask for anything related.
He has done some furniture finishing, some schtuff I built, and a
career of finishing/refinishing seems to me a viable next turn. Would
appreciate links to training for the subject or suggestions.
Mohawk deals mostly with repairing stuff, AFAIR.
That was part of a convo between neon and I about some speakers he wants
The Mohawk peeps are all over the planet. The repair 'systems' can deal
with vinyl, leather, naugahides etc as well... not just wood-(grains).
(If finishing is his choice, get in touch with your local distributor
for M.L.Campbell. Great bunch of people and some solid training.)
The Mohawk stuff appeared in this post:
As so often happens, they were apparently bought by some other outfit.
Richelieu now carries their goodies.
Here is a URL which has some FAQ's and Ask The Expert links. I hope this
What you are looking for, is someone who took a course like this:
Insurance companies have contacts with people like that. Some of the
really good ones are employed full-time by furniture manufacturers.
It helps that your projects are portable.
People who aren't colour blind and have a knack for this sorta thing are
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