2016-03-26 (Sa) Drip Coffee Maker

Minx Dark Walnut stain was purchased. This stain did not have polyurethane mixed in because two coats of clear polyurethane were desired. Using stain last time lead to very messy hands so gloves were also purchased. This is highly recommended.

Glove, stain and wood 

Stain was applied according to directions with a sponge applicator. Next time a brush with bristles will be used since the sponge left bubbles which had to be smoothed out. Stain was applied over the metal 1/4-20 sockets since they shouldn't be visible.

Freshly stained wood platforms

To do:
  • Buy hexagon mirror
  • Measure height of coffee maker and reservoir nozzle
  • Apply polyurethane coats
  • Assemble
  • Gift wrap

The rest of the posts for this project have been arranged by date.

First time here?

Completed projects from year 1.
Completed projects from year 2

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2016-02-23 (Tu)