Secret to a new trendy wood finishing technique
Secret to a new trendy wood finishing technique
#woodfinishes #cerusedfinish #cerusing
Watch as Wes shows you how to achieve this unique glazing application.
The paint is the same as my video with the 3 cabinet finishes I posted. It is a tinted primer sealer from M.L. Campbell. I used a white/black oil based glaze and final step is a clear top coat of lacquer.
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looks Great ! but not going all that work for an amazing floor for my work utility trailer
Before you put the glaze on, which finish of paint did you used? water base paint or oil base paint?
Hi Wes, great job!! Currently remodelling our kitchen and I have a quick question. You mentioned that you sprayed the paint, SEALED it, and then put the glaze on (2:30). What do you mean by this sealing step? What or why did you use? I haven’t seen the sealing step in your other video about cerused oak. Thanks! (I am suspecting you mean priming, but doesn’t the primer seal everything?)
Would this work on a curly maple or mahogany?
Will this work on plywood? I made faux shiplap planks and want the white with black stain look!
Looks great aside from the top of the light one, lost the graining.
I’m looking to do a black stain base on oak with a metallic gold ceruse as the accent… which product would you recommend for the ceruse? I used a Minwax True Black stain and I’m having trouble with too much of the accent being left covering the non-grain parts and over-vigorous steel-wooling removed too much of the stain. I really want a clean Black base with gold grain.
Could you do this on pine?
Nice secret 007.Thnaks
1st time here; very cool Wes! Very cool. I was researching a method of staining in black. A more contemporary look for a Bakers rack I am building out of 1" rounded 1/8" aluminum. TIG welded. The wood I chose more out of economics for my sister-in-law, select 3/4 pine from HD which is lovely and clean. I burned a Mapel 2" slab for a job and used an epoxy clear bar top and it came out almost 3-dimensional, totally cool. Can’t burn 3/4" anything, so wanted to try black stain. I would of got oak but didn’t know. I will be learning more in the weeks to come from "Woodworking with Wes" good times
Can this technique be done on veneer?
*As an amateur with woodworker, I typically feel overpowered with the entire arrangement. Be that as it may, this arrangements drove me through with much clarity and effortlessness **Allmy.Tips** I now work like a genius. That is great!*
Hi sir.. nice video.. i would like to get beige color on oak wood with white grain!.. so i have to stain with beige.. then apply white stain on top and then buff and seal??? Can you let me get an idea? Thanks!
LOVE THAT BLACK ONE ON THE LEFT…;)
I am trying to do this technique on some cabinets but where can I find the black paint and the white oil base glaze haven’t had any luck can you give me the exact items that you use so that I can try ordering them from somewhere I’m doing the cabinets black with white glaze
Is Birch a good candidate for this effect or not? Thanks
How well will it hold up t UV ‘s
Excellent video and a true craftsman.
This video is so well done. But I just wanted to say. The two colors of finish both of which are beautiful btw,.. would be better defined if you taped the same one piece board down the center but the same grain and sealed on one buried level just to showcase the offset of the effect of the offset of finishes but better recognized when it’s viewed on the same grain profile…? If that came out correctly. All thumbs up.
That is seriously awesome work man! I love the way they came out 🙂
Wes just built a yellow pine table and would like to know if this process will work on this type of wood.
How would it look with black prime and silver or gray glaze
It would’ve actually been nice to see the process being done and explained at the time. Doing a quick video doesn’t really show the process. What if you’re not spraying the wood with stain, i use a brush or a rag.
I am trying to remove the cerused look from a dining table. It looks like a zebra. I cannot find a single web search that shows how to remove it. All my searched just show to to do it. I am frustrated.
So this video did not teach me a damn thing ! Like explain the steps all u said was put on ur base then paint glaze and use doing sandpaper ok so again no clue – so do u spray base coat and let sit for a day 5 min ? Next what kinda of sand paper sponge 80 -120-150-220-1200 ?? So very confused watching video I could not figure it out cause u did not explain anything
great vid great vibes
Will this work for cherry 🍒 wood?
That’s amazing job,
100% grade A Art.
The tutorial was great but the way you say white makes me uncomfortable…
How’s it go on pine for us poor carpenters?
Can you achieve this on pine ?
Hi Wes, turned out beautiful, question for you, my cabinets are oak in the white wash finish. I now want to change n go for a dark stain finish. What color would I need to paint them to b able to get that effect?
Cómo puede ser tan bella y noble una madera tan común. ❤️
Spectacular! Well done Wes!
I am with you on the red oak, it’s my fav also. Love that look, and I have subscribed to your channel to learn from you. Thank you sir.
Quality of video and work is amazing,… 👍
Do you think that I could do this on my 30 year old red oak treads on my stairs? I’d also like to do it on the hand rail as well. They are both the famouse 1980 golden oak.
It still seems like a puzzle to see what you did, in which order.
Hey check out the video where I go more in depth as to how I get this look https://youtu.be/LdmsLbqGA1c
Will this process work on Blackwalnut wood??
I did this on treads on a circular staircase. Will a lacquer be a durable enough finish? I don’t want my great work to get beat up too soon. I think a couple coats of lacquer might suffice.
Porous woods like mahogany also works excellent..
Hi 👋 it’s cool video and thank you 🙏 so much !!
Thank you, from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Hi Wes great Video! What is the grit on that roller to sand the wood ?and im thinking about doing this on my oak stairs
Can ceruse be done on veneer?
I like the black on top of the white, but I don’t like the white on top of the black. I could be the the wood grain on the darker one that made it look strange to me, almost like an animal print, but that’s just not my style preference. They look beautiful and I love the idea.