and belt sander until it was smooth. While it looks like a solid stack of baltic birch plywood, its inside is hollow and ringed by fluorescent lights — perfect for the tracing paper work of these two architects.The couple recently gave the table an update because it was looking a little tired after numerous
a 48" sander (that is the max width I know of for sanding machines), but again the costs will go up due to teak. There are glues just for teak and marine applications.
Or for a more hand-finished look, it could be pre sanded and just glued and finished, with little edge issues touched up by hand.
orbital sander to remove the existing finish, wipe away dust with a damp cloth, then use a stain pad on an extender pole to add the new finish. To go gray, you'll most likely have to have a semi-transparent stain custom mixed; you'll also want to lightly sand between coats to ensure that perfect finish