How to: Dresser to sideboard 2, stripping | Ron Payne | Skillshare

How to: Dresser to sideboard 2, stripping

Ron Payne, Blacksmith, woodworker, all-around crafter

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7 Videos (45m)
    • Introduction and project

      1:37
    • Protective gear and safety

      4:09
    • Tools

      8:36
    • Prep. work

      10:06
    • Mechanical means

      5:34
    • Chemical means

      12:16
    • Clean-up and Final thoughts

      2:54

About This Class

The first thing I do when completely refurbishing a piece is to remove the old finish.  

If I take the old finish off I don't have to worry about not damaging that finish nor do I have to try to match the finish on any new parts I make.

For this class I'll discuss mechanical and chemical methods of removing a finish and the benefits and drawbacks of each.  I'll also go over some of the safety considerations for each.

If I've done it right, free enrollments can be found here.

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Ron Payne

Blacksmith, woodworker, all-around crafter

I am driven by a need to create. This has lead me down some interesting roads.

I know a bit about woodwork, metal work, leather, casting, and several other disciplines. I also enjoy passing along what I know to others.

Life is a continual path of improvement.

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