After a piece of wood or wood furniture has been prepared for finishing and it is virtually free of defects, it moves on to staining. Stain gives the wood color, adds depth, and beautifies wood.
The first step in finishing wood is staining. But before we can stain a piece of wood, we first have to prepare its surface to be stained. After shaping or crafting the lumber, it must then be sanded, excess glue must be removed, and then imperfections in the surface of the wood must be corrected.
There are many facets to finishing in the woodworking industry. From staining and seal sanding to applying pore fillers or varnish, finishing can be one of the messiest and one of the more complicated parts of woodworking.
With the onset of our current residential projecct in the Hayward, WI area, we found ourselves in need of a new planer that could keep up with the timeline and quality demands we were faced with. The Baileigh company offered us a wide variety of planers that met our specifications and from there, we found the perfect fit.