The best clear wood finishes will apply easily, provide years of durability and not yellow wood over time. Learn what clear coats for wood are highly rated for indoor and outdoor use..
Woodworkers know that indoor finishes will not withstand harsh outdoor elements. In this guide, learn what finishes are most durable and resist moisture, sun, and outdoor elements.
Fully understanding wood finish types requires either a degree in chemistry or decades of woodworker experience. But fortunately there are a few basic recipes that can be followed for all skills of woodworkers to achieve a glossy, unique color or even food-safe finish. While traditional wood finishes required hours to dry and often impacted the color of the wood, newer finishes have evolved that dry quick and won’t yellow. In this article learn about finishes for internal and external projects,
In this article we’ll show you how to apply polycrylic finish on your project in just a few easy steps. We’ll also cover surface preparation and a few of the best rated polycrylic finishes available. First, polycrylic is water-based alternative to it’s cousin polyurethane. And if you’ve used polyurethane, it’s important to know there are a few steps on how to apply polycrylic that will be different. Key differences in applying a polycrylic finish: Polycrylic works best on light woods