That's impressive work. We were fortunate not to have any interior millwork to strip in our house, but I'm stripping the entire clapboard exterior and trim for fresh paint, and I definitely respect the effort it takes.I'm sure I'll have to strip some interior millwork on a future house, though. What's you're preferred method? Heat gun, then chemical, then sanding?
Yes, that order. (Sorry I didn't see this comment earlier.)
Hello! I searched around your site but I couldn't find what type of stain you used for your woodwork. Also, is your woodwork douglas fir or ? Thank you!
Yes, all the woodwork is douglas fir. The wood was finished with two coats of stain. The first coat of stain was Mohawk Wiping Wood Stain in Red Mahogany. The second coat was Wood Kote Jel'd Stain in Cherry color. Then the woodwork was finished with two coats of Shellac.