A horizontal wood surface will show all of its flaws in the light, which is why a good craftsman never rushes the preparation of a surface before finishing. A woodworking project with a horizontal surface like tables, chairs and other furniture should receive extra attention when it comes to achieving a smooth surface. In order to get that clean surface that will shine flawlessly even in the light, avoid the use of sawdust-flying machine planers and jointers that often result in a not-so-ideal surface. Via an article from FineWoodworking.com by William Duckworth, here are the three tools that will best prepare your surface for finishing.
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New alder products available February 2018
Schutte Lumber Company is proud to announce the addition of a new product line