In Part 3 we apply the second coat and then wipe it off.
This is the finish I apply to just about every one of my woodworking projects. I haven’t seen any other info on the web about it so I figured I’d put together a series of videos showing how I mix and apply it. See full description for more!
Part 1: Mixing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WiVacQgN5KU
Part 2: First Coat https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GWq2Ns4nOX8
Part 3: Second Coat https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HwtV3N0z4hU
Part 4: Burnish & Wax (Coming Soon)
I’ve found that most woodworking finishes are a mix of three factors:
• Ease of application
• Time spent applying
• Beauty & Protection
And it’s usually a tradeoff: every finish only gets you two of the three in most cases. This one gives you beauty and ease of application in exchange for time: each coat takes a day to dry and you’ll usually want 4+ coats. But for me that’s a trade I’m willing to make as I think this is one of the most beautiful finishes you can get and it’s really easy to mix and apply.
I learned about this finish from my first woodworking course up in Orange County, CA with William Ng at his school: https://wnwoodworkingschool.com/
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Best Woodworking Finish Ever – Part 3: Second Coat
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