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    Audio test refinishing wood for beginners Audio test refinishing wood for beginners Presentation Transcript

    •  Thisis a test slide – I will try to record audio, save it and send it back to you. Please remember to delete it before sharing with the class.
    • Steps for a Beginner
    •  Buying new furniture is expensive Finding old pieces at auction or yard sales is fun It can be as inexpensive as you want it to be It’s rewarding to see your finished product It adds value to the piece You can spent little or a lot of time on the piece as you want
    •  For the beginner, chose a simple piece with little detail See the following examples and notice the detail The more detail in the wood, the more time and work it will take to strip the piece and refinish it.
    •  This piece is a beautiful antique and most likely made from walnut wood. It has beautiful detail and might be fairly cheap if found at a yard sale. Beware. It may seem like a simple piece but to the beginner, this piece could be overwhelming due to the detail. Special tools are needed to get into the tiny spaces of the beveled or rounded parts of the wood. For the beginner, this project may be a bit much to take on at first
    •  This walnut corner shelf is simple but a good piece to start out with to see if you have the time and energy to dedicate to refinishing furniture. Small pieces like this cost just a few dollars and the supplies needed to refinish it cost less than $15. Edges are smooth and flat making it easy to sand by hand Also, don’t chose painted wood if you are not experienced.
    • SAND PAPER  Choose a variety of sand paper textures  Coarse paper to start  Fine paper to finish
    •  Tohold the sandpaper in place Much more ergonomic Reusable
    •  Minwax Wood stain is a good quality stain Inexpensive Many colors to choose from Easy to apply
    •  Putsa clear protective coat on your finished piece Comes in several gloss levels for high or low shine Optional
    •  Latex protects your skin from chemical burn or staining when using the wood stain Prevents finger prints from appearing on the stain while holding your piece as you work on it Prevents oil from your skin mixing with the stain and leaving discoloration on the wood’s surface
    • In the garage In the driveway or yard
    •  Chose the texture of the sand paper you want to start with Attach it firmly and taut to the sanding block Begin by pressing the sand paper onto the wood Run the paper in the same direction as the wood grain Never go against the grain Never sand in a circular motion
    •  Take a damp cloth and wipe the excess dust from your sanding off the surface With an old cloth, dip into the Minwax stain until the cloth is soaked thoroughly with stain Gently rub the stain into the wood It is okay to use circular
    • •Lighter stains show more variation in the wood grain •Variation or flaws in the grain are more noticeable the lighter the stain •Darker shades hidevariations and can give the wood an antique look •The softer the wood
    • Let dry for at least 4-6 hoursReapply stain until your desired effect is reachedStore in a cool and dry place until all staining is completed and dry
    •  Use a basic paint brush Use even strokes following the grain of the wood Apply second coat if desired Keep area free of dust and debris until dry
    • Again, start small and simpleGraduate onto larger, more detailed piecesExperiment with different woods and stainsGreat for bringing life to old furniture