Register Spray Finishing with Jeff Jewitt All craftsmen have their methods and techniques for achieving the same end result. In this course, finishing guru, Jeff Jewitt of Homestead Finishing Products, shows how he gets that professional quality gloss lacquer finish in his shop. Jeff literally wrote the book on spray finishing and offers many tips in this course. This course, filmed and presented by Jeff Jewitt of Homestead Finishing Products, will teach you everything you need to know to do a professional sprayed finish on your guitar. Jeff literally wrote the book on Spray Finishing and in this video course shares his knowledge and experience on how to master a factory quality sprayed finish. In the video course Jeff demonstrates the process using lacquer as a finish but the tips and techniques presented here can be applied to a variety of sprayed finishes.
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With proper care a brush should last many years. Though undaunted by complex joinery or intricate and precise machining, many woodworkers still cringe at the thought of applying a finish to their work. Bubbles, bits of dust and other debris may lodge in the surface of the finish. You can feel these with your hand as you pass it over the surface. Brush marks and patterns from spray application will leave an irregular surface which is noticeable, particularly on gloss finishes.
Rubbing out a finish is the last step in finishing and the object is to remove imperfections, even out and smooth the surface, and establish a consistent sheen to the finish. Poor water and heat resistance, difficult to apply, poor drying and low durability are all criticisms that I hear when I mention shellac to my clients or other woodworkers. While some of these criticisms are valid, many are not grounded in fact and are easy to disprove.
This is the color that you see on maple pieces in museums and is the color most cherished by collectors. Figured maples are the most striking, since the figured areas deepen in color against the lighter wood surrounding it. These wax finishes did not wear well and were easily damaged by water and abrasion.
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Something went wrong. Please try your request again later. OK Follow to get new release updates and improved recommendations About Jeff Jewitt In addition to running a full-time finishing supply company, Homestead Finishing Products, Jeff finds time to re-finish, write and teach. Below are some personal comments about each book. My first book and written in response to my first generation of students. This book was targeted towards the myriad of amateurs, novices and home warriors who dread finishing. Covers the "classic and traditional" techniques like brushing varnish, French Polishing and will introduce you to some intermediate techniques like glazing and using dye stains.
Spray Finishing with Jeff Jewitt
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