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Greg Scholl

Questions on Woodworking, wood finishing and refinishing of all kinds, repairing furniture and wooden objects,Architectural details, Woodturning, carving, tool usage, product usage, some chemistry as it applies to woodworking and related interests,cabinet making and furniture construction/design, etc. I have experience with all manners of colorants, finishes, paints, stains, dyes, glazes, and coatings,wood species recognition,usage,etc.


I am a Business man and own a small company of Dewalt Nail Gun. So, I think I can help people about this as well as take help from other experts. I hope my journey in will be very essential for me and my viewer. Thanks,

Stuart Mawle

Now been a carpenter & joiner for the past twenty years in the UK. I can give avice / help on carpentry & joinery, health & safety, woodworking machinery, power tools and suppliers.

maura macaluso

I can answer almost all questions regarding woodcarving, chip carving, scroll sawing, carving tools and techniques and can answer most questions regarding wood. I am not an appraiser of carvings nor an antique dealer.

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2016-10-25 nu-lustre 55 finish:

Sounds like reticulation....probably caused by the oil stain ...many of those epoxies do not play well with other people's stains...especially if it wasn't fully dry...even if it was it may not be compatible

2016-10-24 nu-lustre 55 finish:

Hey Chris, I am not familiar with this product, but on a quick google search it appears to be a pour on epoxy finish?? I would not recommend using lacquer over this type of product..please elaborate a

2016-10-04 Trouble sharpening:

Hey Joseph, to answer you last question first,'s imperative to have a flat stone, and a flat,stable work area. Waterstones can wear pretty quickly,and the stones themselves need to be dressed

2016-10-03 Trouble with sharpening.:

Hi Joe. Yes, you need a flat surface to work on.  Can be as simple as a thick piece of glass or a ceramic tile.  Easiest way to sharpen is to use different grits of sandpaper. Use a spray adhesive to glue

2016-09-25 Wooden Instrument Repair:

Hi Jacob, This is a case where it really would be helpful to see and touch this instrument.....I am not at all aware of what you have at your disposal in the way of supplies, adhesives, finishing materials

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