Master a Technique: Not-so-French Polish
Enjoy this premium-quality technique story PDF from American Woodworker and get inspired for your next woodshop project!
Traditionally, shellac was applied by French polishing, a process that involves using a cloth pad to apply dozens of very thin layers of shellac. This method produces a beautiful, lustrous finish, but it's both labor–intensive and time-consuming. This story shows how to achieve the same lustrous results more easily by using a synthetic brush and modern abrasives.
This complete technique story PDF features:
- Full color magazine-style page views
- Easy-to-follow instructions with helpful how-to photos and source information
- Printer-friendly format: each page prints 8-1/2" x 11" size
- Full-size patterns: Patterns that are shown on grids will print full-size
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