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Old 11-01-2016, 08:51 AM   #1
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They want these beams toned darker.

I better start practicing.
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There's a church here in town like that. I always used to think what a nightmare it would be to have to paint or stain them. Have fun.
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This has been our go-to product for years.

https://www.shellac.net/shading-glazing-stain.html

It dries quckly and is compatible with every top coat we've tried.
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This has been our go-to product for years.

https://www.shellac.net/shading-glazing-stain.html

It dries quckly and is compatible with every top coat we've tried.
Thanks. I will be making up some samples. I will try it out.
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Why not just use Minwax Polyshades? (Heehee.)
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Why not just use Minwax Polyshades? (Heehee.)
I teach a finishing class for the students in the furniture program at the local university. The instructor and I joke about making up a poster featuring a photo of a can of Polyshades...with a big red circle and a slash through it.

"Polyshades- not even once."
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This has been our go-to product for years.

https://www.shellac.net/shading-glazing-stain.html

It dries quckly and is compatible with every top coat we've tried.
Are you spraying this product?
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Are you spraying this product?
No. We typically apply it by brush, then blend it with either a badger blender or an or-hair brush.
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