Five different types of protection exist. Here's a guide to choosing the best one for your project.
Remove common surface problems with minimal damage and fuss
Contradictory finishing information is frustrating. Here we clear up one example.
Avoid problems and lengthen the life of your tool with two simple acts.
When I opened my furniture making and restoration shop 30 years ago, there were two types of dye in wide use. I made great use of both, but for different situations.
A penetrating look at protection.
Don't let the dizzying array of stain choices get you discombobulated
With the right tools and equipment, you can finish (and refinish) your own hardwood floors.
A few sample boards can save you from future finishing headaches.