Choosing a suitable wood species is an essential part of any woodworking project. Different wood species have unique characteristics that can affect their durability, appearance, workability, and overall performance.
Fourteen woodworkers from across the world traveled to Rubio Monocoat headquarters in Belgium for the Rubio Monocoat Atelier 2022. At this event, the makers were split into two teams and challenged to create a piece of furniture to be raffled off to benefit Aynimundo, a Peruvian charity striving to help disabled children reintegrate into society. Raffle tickets are available now for just $5!
The Rubio Monocoat USA andFestool USA Maker Challenge is an opportunity for several hand-selected makers to get together, showcase their talents, and create beautiful pieces to be auctioned off to benefit a cause.
Water popping is a straightforward concept, but if you are unfamiliar with it, there are a few key things to be aware of before you dive into it. We will cover what water popping is, why you may want to water pop, and a couple ways to water pop wood surfaces.
Oil Plus 2C is the recommended finish for interior furniture, tables, cabinetry, and millwork. While relatively simple to apply, you'll want to follow these key steps to ensure a successful application is achieved.
Oil Plus 2C is the recommended finish for wood flooring. While it is relatively straight-forward to work with, you will want to ensure you apply properly to set yourself up for success. This post will walk you step-by-step on how to apply Oil Plus 2C to flooring.
If you are considering radiant heat or already have a floor with radiant heat and are looking for a compatible wood floor finish, Rubio Monocoat Oil Plus 2C is a suitable finish. This post explains some details to be aware of.
Rubio Monocoat Oil Plus 2C keeps the natural look and feel of your wood floors. Proper maintenance will keep your floors looking great for years to come! This post explains the difference between cleaning and maintenance and provides instructions for both.