Ultimately, a perfect period finish comes down to a smooth, glassy look and even shading on all parts of the piece of furniture. Choices of materials and the technique you use are important as well. But the patience and skill to prep the surface, both initially and between coats, is worth learning. The enjoyment of a job well done is lasting.
Stain Pens Review
When staining miniature furniture, control of the amount and location of application are chief concerns. Precision is required in order to control the evenness of the final tone. Rags, swabs, and small brushes are all useful in the process, but I have found nothing so quick, clean, and precise as…