"I know this is late, but as they say "better late then never."
I have a published article on "Glazing Is My Favorite Finishing Technique."
If anyone is interested e-mail me at:
"A year after beginning this kitchen it is in and we are done. The customer ended up sitting in my shop and applied the glaze accent himself. I wouldn't normally have allowed this, but, I know you hear this coming, this was a 'friend'…"
"We build cabinet doors here and thats all we do.
I've been back on many jobs after the finish work is completed. Some (stain / glaze) jobs look really good, others look, well, (barn paint) comes to mind! I would look for really professional…"
I'm very interested as I'm going through what could become the early stages of the very same thing right now with a glaze job. I know even less than you did about it and the job isn't paying very well so I can't afford to…"
"Follow up if anyone's interested. After meeting with the customer, they decided they only want the accent in the groove. Wahoo! In searching for a solution to this problem, I found three different cabinet sites that state specifically they will…"
Working on a job that will apparently never be complete. Finally down to the finish. Customer originally wanted to stain, then decided they wanted to paint with glazing accents. Ok. Five sample doors later, they're still not satisfied. Meeting with him today with my final sample. I'm prepared at this point to say this is what I can provide, if it isn't satisfactory, you'll have to have it done elsewhere. Hope it doesn't come to that.So here's the question: Does anyone know a technique or tool…See More
Doing a glaze finish on some doors. Accents go in a groove around the edge of the door, no problem. But there's a raised bead frame on the raised panel. Customer wants a highlight applied on the outside edge of that bead. I tried a pen, but the tip isn't fine enough. Now I'm using a fine paintbrush. Having a problem rounding the corners. The technique I've come up with is applying the highlight with a paint brush followed quickly by a mineral spirit 'swipe' to remove unwanted excess. Extremely…See More