November 19, 2011 in Woodworking and Furniture
Here are some pictures of the stained and polyurethane finished table. The stain is an old masters rich mahogany. I could say a lot about the old masters stain but I’ll just say this, I won’t be using it again. The table came out well and I’m quite proud of it. It took considerably more coats of urethane on the top to seal all of the wood grain then I expected resulting in a bit of a delay in being able to deliver this table to it’s happy new home. I’ll be delivering it tomorrow and it should provide many years of lasting service as the family dining table.
The top finish is a satin non gloss, but the depth of the 8 coats of urethane goes a long way to have that deep reflection in spite of the lack of gloss. I’m pretty happy with the final product and I know my customer will be happy when she sees her new table.