DVD de retoque y reparación de madera
Wood Touch Up & Repair DVD – SPANISH
El sistema de entrenamiento iteractivo de
Mohawk está diseñado para entrenarlo a Ud.
a hacer retoques y arreglos sobre productos
de madera haciendo uso de las técnicas más
avanzadas que existen al respecto en esta industria.
Este video interactivo incluye instrucciones
sobre las siguientes áreas:
• El análisis del daño • El relleno de los daños
• El reemplazo de colores • El reemplazo de las vetas
• La aplicación por puntos de um acabado
• El ajuste del brillo • La eliminación de rayas
• El cuidado del acabado • …Y muchas más
“Este es un excelente DVD para el aprendizaje de reparaciones de acabado de madera”
Solving Common Wood Finishing Problems
(Recommended reading for all finishers)
Regardless of your finish of choice, water or solvent based, both modern and
traditional coatings require many of the same considerations for application success.
• Select a recommended finish to meet the project requirements.
• Read The Directions.
Most finishes work best at around 72°F and a humidity of 4o% or less.
• Follow the manufactuers guidelines.
Finish drying and curing depend on temperature, humidity and air flow.
So far there is Not a finish material
that says it will dry faster if you are in a hurry!
Creating a Fine Finish, by brush or spray, requires attention to many factors
including environment, finish material, selection of spray or brush equipment, and more.
Read through this entire document so you can spot finish problems
before or as they arise.
This self help problem solving guide identifies the source and the fix for many issues that can prevent the achievement of a perfect finish.
1 – Q: Shellac is an old-fashioned, outdated finish.
A: No, Shellac is all natural, organic, child safe.
Shellac has more modern features and ‘green’ benefits than any other wood finish in the world.
2 – Q: Shellac turns ugly and dark as it ages.
A: Shellac is naturally UV-resistant and does not yellow or darken with age.
The dark shellac seen in older homes is a less-refined version that was naturally dark, or was tinted by finishers when dark wood colors were popular in the early 20th century.
3 – Q: Is shellac made from bugs or bug droppings?
A: No, Shellac is a resin secreted from the tree sap by the lac insect to form a cocoon, much like a silk worm.
It takes about 100,000 lac bugs to make 1 lb. of shellac resin.
4 – Q: Does a shellac finish turn white when water touches it?
A: A properly applied shellac finish is remarkably water-resistant and, in most cases, will stay clear after hours of exposure to water, making it a great finish for most interior surfaces, including woodwork, trim, doors, cabinets, paneling, furniture, and for floors, Button Shellac (yes, floors!)
5 – Q: Is Shellac brittle or easily scratched?
A: Shellac is a tough, durable finish that is less brittle than lacquer and is not easily scratched.
The process of making Button shellac yields a tougher resin. Unlike polyurethanes, a damaged shellac finish can be easily touched up or renewed by brushing on another thin coat.
6 – Q: Is Shellac compatible with other finishes?
A: Shellac will adhere tenaciously when applied over almost any other type of clean, wax free, and oil free finish.
(To assure a clean surface, especially on older grimy surfaces, use a wood cleaner like H. Behlen’s De-Waxer 741, to avoid possible stains or damage from water based cleaners.)
To seal wood before applying polyurethane or other finishes, Bulls Eye® SealCoat™ is a shellac-based universal sanding sealer that is 100% wax-free.
For refurbishing a worn finish, a SealCoat makes an excellent transitional coating or bonding coat between an unknown coating and a new topcoat.
NOTE: (Regular shellac may not be compatible as a sealer under certain polyurethanes, as they contain small amounts of natural wax.)
7 – Q: Can I make a Shellac SealCoat?
A: Yes a ‘SealCoat’ is a DEWAXED Shellac Resin dissolved in
Behlen Behkol or a 190 Proof Denatured Alcohol.
With a wide color variety of Dewaxed Shellac Flakes, you can make your own universal sanding sealer in a range of light to deep tones to match your project.
Smooth Coat Lacquer
New Name (says what it delivers) with the same Great Features!
Buffcote Aerosol now called Smooth Coat Lacquer (aka Waxing Lacquer)
A Hand Rubbed Feel and Look straight from the can.
Smooth Coat Lacquer has 3 attributes that make it one
of the best, if not the best, aerosol for applying a Final Topcoat finish
on small to medium sized projects.
1. The solids content are over 15%, well above the average aerosol.
As a result, Smooth Coat builds surprisingly quickly for an aerosol.
2. A Fan spray head creates a wide spray pattern and delivers the lacquer at a high rate.
The Special Spray head and high solids facilitate a fast build, easy to apply finish.
3. Smooth Coat contains a special wax formulation sheered into the lacquer.
Smooth Coat’s formulation allows the lacquer to flow, and level exceptionally well.
No actual rubbing needed,
just the look and feel of a hand rubbed and waxed finish.
Using BEHLEN Smooth Coat™
Smooth Coat Aerosol Lacquer builds quickly and feels silky smooth.
The additive dries as part of the finish resulting in a topcoat film, right out of the can,
that feels and looks like it has been hand rubbed and wax polished.
Build the finish with a sealer coat and one or two applications of Gloss Lacquer
(for clarity and durability)
“Not all Denatured Alcohols are equal”
USE a GOOD Shellac Solvent for making your own shellac ‘Seal Coat’ finish.
A ‘denaturant’ is added to Ethanol Alcohol (a drinkable spirit) to make it unfit for consumption.
The original denaturant was Methanol Alcohol.
The term ‘methylated spirit’ is still sometimes used when referring to Denatured Alcohol. ——–
Unfortunately NOT all Denatured Alcohols are equal and there is no purity standard for ethanol content to be labeled “Denatured Alcohol”. High test, 190 proof (5% denaturents), Denatured Alcohol is preferred as a Shellac flake solvent.
It is next to impossible to find a 190 proof alcohol at the ‘big box’ home improvement or hardware stores. Many brands have as little as 50-60% Ethanol – and the balance cheaper alcohols and denaturing solvents.
Recently I went in search of high test Denatured. Out of ten paint, hardware and home improvement stores – only the local Sherwin Williams paint store had 190 Proof. The Material Safety Data Sheet will list the ingredient percentages of the product (most cans do not).
A 190 Proof Denatured Alcohol is operator and earth, ‘Green’, friendly.
“Klean-Strip Green” is one retail brand of ‘190’ Proof Denatured Alcohol.
If you find a 190 proof Denatured Alcohol, buy locally and save on shipping.
We ship Alcohol in Quarts & Gallons
•• Shellac Reducer ‘Behkol Alcohol’ (Denatured Alcohol) is formulated by MOHAWK specifically to dissolve shellac flakes and dilute or ‘cut’ liquid Shellacs. Shellac Reducer will make a shellac that has
a little more open and working time.
Shop Note: By using a known Denatured Alcohol proof or purity and settling on a brand you will have more predictable results by eliminating one finishing variable.
We adjust for weather and heat conditions by adding SHELLAC Retarder (not lacquer retarder).
When the shellac is drying too fast due to heat, low humidity, or excessive airflow, add just enough retarder to enable easy application.
When spraying, shellac retarder will help eliminate over-spray and orange-peel.
Avoid over-use of the retarder. Keep in mind that use of the retarder will require longer drying times between coats of shellac.
NEW Item! T-SHIRT Material 100% WHITE COTTON
• 100% White Cotton T-Shirt material.
• Approximately 18″ by 18″ pieces
• Washed • ABSORBENT
• NO Seams • NO Stitching • NO Labels
NEW SELECT T-Shirt Material mill ends,
washed 100% cotton (no blends).
The ideal cloth for fine finish stain & dye application, stain wiping operations. No Seams or Stitching make the cloth ideal for waxing and polishing.
Made from the same soft heavyweight cotton used in premium t-shirts. Extremely low lint, washed and ready to use right out of the bag.