Woodworking Basics

epoxy over shellac

Can You Apply Epoxy Over Shellac? (3 Key Things You Need To Know)

If you’ve ever worked with epoxy before, you’ve probably learned through trial and error that this resinous stuff doesn’t do it’s best work when applied directly onto bare wood. This is because epoxy likes to seep into gaps and cracks. As a general rule of thumb, epoxy doesn’t really penetrate wood the way that say …

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can osb board get wet

Can OSB Board Really Get Wet? (7 Things You Need To Know)

OSB is a really strong type of board that stands heads and shoulders above other manufactured woods. Stronger than MDF and even Plywood, OSB (otherwise known as Oriented Strand Board) is often used for outdoor construction. They can handle moisture and rain surprisingly well too, all thanks to the water-resistant glue used to bind all …

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