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Default Enter to win a $100 Amazon gift card from Mohawk Consumer



Enter to win a $100 Amazon gift card from Mohawk Consumer (Mohawk Finishing Products consumer line)!

To enter, respond to this thread letting us know what products would help you the most with your woodworking needs. Or, if you already know Mohawk – tell us what your favorite product is and feel free to share pictures of projects completed with Mohawk or Behlen products!

On November 6, 2015 we will do a random drawing to select a winner.

Mohawk Finishing Products is the leading manufacturer and distributor of professional wood touch up, repair and finishing products. Mohawk offers the highest quality wood coatings and finishing products, furniture polishes and cleaners, and touch up and repair products for wood and leather in the industry.

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I don't currently use Mohawk products but would be open to testing out in my shop.
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i dont use mohawk products but would be willing to try a varnish finsh someday
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I love Mohawk's entire line of finishing products. We've used stains, polish, many touch up products, even some leather restoration products. We routinely use Behlen products as well. Top of the line products.
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A good friction polish
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I don't currently use Mohawk products, but I'm always looking for better stain and clear coat products, worth giving a try.....
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I've only used the fill sticks.

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Many years ago I worked at a waterbed store and I was always touching up the display furniture. The manager saw this and brought in the Mohawk sales rep. They set me up with a Mohawk professional refinishing kit and I went to work restoring the pile of damaged bed frames and other furniture. We got in a shipment with two beautiful red oak triple dressers; one of them had been damaged in shipment with a gouge that was about a foot long across the grain starting out about 1/8" deep and increasing to almost 3/4" wide and 1/4" deep. I spent about 3 hours working on that dresser and set it out in the orphans section of the store. The owner came back looking for the damaged dresser and would not believe me at first when I told him he was looking at it. He got down close and inspected it from all angles and could not find the repair. I was very proud and I really miss working with those excellent products. The lacquer sticks, powdered dyes, graining pens and Lacqover were easy to work with.

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The finishing product that would help me the most is a polyurethane that comes in a smaller can (smaller than 1 quart). I destroy the can before I finish the contents.

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I'd like to try the powdered dyes, and i need to start using more clear poly/shellac instead of using all oils like i have been. Time to grow again!!

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