Guanacaste community table tops

By Chris, Owner at Live edge lust in Phoenix, AZ.

Using general finishes Gloss has been a game changer. Paired with General finished seal-a-cell I attain a near perfect shine. These particular tree stumps are 8’x5’ and are estimated to be 200 years old. When my client asked for tables to display in his new commercial restaurant, I knew I needed a product that not only gives the best protection but that really brings out the beauty in the wood. I always start with a coat of GF seal-a-cell, after letting the piece dry I begin my first coat of GF Arm-r-seal Gloss, I sand with 320 grit in between every coat assuring I have a smooth service free of any debris. Once my project has been completed I then begin wet sanding and buffing to attain a grand piano finish. This project took just over 5 quarts of gloss finish!

Project Category

WoodworkingTables & Desks

Products Used

  • General finishes Arm-R-Seal gloss
  • General finishes Seal-a-cell
  • Festool sandpaper
  • Festool buffing compound and polish

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