Dyeing a Wood Platter May 16, 2023May 8, 2023 Products Used Artisan Premium Dyes Henry Taylor M42 Stay Sharp Bowl Gouge Abranet Sanding Discs Abralon Polishing Discs Tombow Dual Brush Coloring Pen Spray Lacquer Dr. Kirk’s Scratch FREEE Woodturners Polishing Wax Dr. Kirk’s Micro Magic Polishing Wax
9 thoughts on “Dyeing a Wood Platter”
Excellent presentation thoroughly showing the complete process. I appreciate your comments throughout the video and watching your technique and explanation for the many steps involved. Thank you and Craft Supplies for taking the time and preparedness to make these video’s and having them available for us the public
I really enjoyed this video and you did an excellent job. Two comments: Why use regular paper towels when they are roughly 400 grit and two – why so lazy as to not clean up your shavings prior to coloring/finishing.
I am envious as to how well you stained this bowl.
Great video mate! You’re the best presenter by far!! Lots of great hints/tips and not just about the piece you’re working on! Sooooo helpful! Can’t wait to see more of you in the videos! I’ve seen all the others that I could find of our presentation! They’re great!!
Great Job Mike;
One trick for getting your gloves off would be to pull the glove away from the heel of your hand and blow in like your inflating a balloon. They come off much easier. Thank-You for the video
very nice platter and very well made and very well finished.
what grit CBN wheel do you use on your bowl gouge?
The 180 grit CBN
Just curious why you applied the lacquer without the lathe spinning
Good question. I do it to ensure an even coat. With the piece moving it is a little more tricky to get see if the lacquer is going on in equal amounts over the entire piece.