i thought you done wood working, if so there is a wood working program that will figure this in for you. it is called cultist plus you can down a free version on their web site.huntducksordietrying said:I do some wood work and I know that it should be common practice to finish the end grain of the wood, as to seal it off.
+1James said:I recently refinished one. I took the stock off and sanded it, then re-stained a portion of it, and put 4 coats of polyurethane varnish on it. It took 5 days because of drying between coats. I expect that finish to last many years as the polyurethane varnish is very durable stuff. Actual time invested probably about 3 hours. What's your time worth?
60 to 100 bucks sounds OK to me.