Post by srpainting on Sept 16, 2015 21:49:47 GMT -5
A member of my BNI group had a very interesting piece of furniture withering away on his porch. Noticed it when I went to do a bid for some window sill painting for him. Anyways here are the before and afters and a progressive photo or two. Don't mind sharing with you guys.
Post by srpainting on Sept 16, 2015 21:51:17 GMT -5
Another Before photo. You can see the miters not lining up. Screws that shouldn't be there or noticeable. All kinds of nastiness really.
Steps to complete this project were. Strip Sand (Abranet helped a lot) Repair (Included removal of those screws for better ones which I sank into the piece, Filled holes) Stain Clear coat.
Stripper (Strip Ez) Repair (Elmers wood filler, looked better then 3m on this particular piece) Milled new trim feet that lined up like it should have. Stain (Ol Masters, Special Walnut) Penetrating Clear (Helmsman Spar Urethane) 3-4 coats for good measure (ok I had a few runs too)
Last Edit: Sept 16, 2015 21:57:43 GMT -5 by srpainting
Post by Jack Pauhl on Sept 16, 2015 22:01:10 GMT -5
Nice. Its huge. Lots of sanding. Heavy too.
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