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Woodworking : How to Carve Wood



Before attempting to carve wood, it’s important to know that the softer wood is, the easier it’s going to be to carve. Find out how to carve wood gradually with a razor blade with help from a woodworker and antique restorer in this free video on carving wood. Expert: Curtis Martin Contact: www.martin-antique-restorations.com Bio: Curtis Martin is a third-generation woodworker and antiques restorer. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC
Video Rating: 3 / 5



When applying tung oil to wood, it’s important to be liberal with the amount that is applied, and the tung oil can be rubbed in in circular motions until the wood is saturated. Discover why an individual should wait 24 hours before applying a second coat of tung oil with help from a woodworker and antique restorer in this free video on tung oil and woodworking. Expert: Curtis Martin Contact: www.martin-antique-restorations.com Bio: Curtis Martin is a third-generation woodworker and antiques restorer. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC

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Depending on one’s budget, hand tools that can be used in woodworking include chisels, squares, handsaws, spatulas, tweezers and dental tools. Find out about getting steel chisels that have nice, sharp edges with help from a woodworker and antique restorer in this free video on woodworking tools. Expert: Curtis Martin Contact: www.martin-antique-restorations.com Bio: Curtis Martin is a third-generation woodworker and antiques restorer. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC
Video Rating: 3 / 5

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