How-to Stain and Finish Indoor Log Furniture is one of the most talked about topics of conversation when it comes to logs and furniture.
It’s like anything else, the more time you spend learning the better you get. The more times you spend doing the easier it becomes. And you find out really fast which products work best for you, and which one’s don’t. It’s just as easy as that.
The facts are, when it comes to finishing your log furniture you have many options, and there are probably as many products available to choose from as there are trees in the forest.
Hand-rubbed, oil based finishes such as Oddie’s Oil are a great option for Hard-woods and formal dining tables but will require regular maintenance. When it comes to soft-woods that will be used on a regular and daily basis, sometimes ‘build-up’ finishes such as Minwax Polycrylic are preferred.
Finishing Natural-edge Rustic Log Decor
Colorado Grown Black Walnut
So once you think you have learned all there is to know about how to stain and finish indoor log furniture, just wait. There’s more.
Now you need to see how to finish the finish!
Finish the Finish
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Now that you know how to stain and finish indoor log furniture, click here to learn how to finish your outdoor log furniture.