Photoluminescent Furniture: Filled Wooden Voids Glow in Dark

The full illustrated list of 25 steps   for this latter version can be seen on Instructables, but in this case a similar process was used, just heavier-duty tools employed (like a drum sander) to keep the workload down. In the first instance, Mat Brown   decided to try something other than the standard invisible-style repair to solve the problem of empty space around knots and front-facing unevenness in boards to be used as shelving. After a second similar round he cut, sanded and finished the pieces. Photoluminescent Furniture: Filled Wooden Voids Glow in Dark

A pair of crafty   carpenters have separately arrived at the same conclusion: glow-in-the-dark resin is a really neat way to fill cracks, gaps, splits and other natural or accidental voids frequently found in wood shelves and surfaces. Whether you have a small piece that needs infill or mending or a larger project in the works, one of these approaches may well be ideal for your own do-it-yourself project – some details are provided below but full instructions on each strategy can be found via links included as well. Mike Warren   has subsequently brought a similar idea to the table, creating a tutorial for filling in the naturally separation gaps found in a certain species of cyprus, livening up the surface with bright resin.

Updated: 17.12.2014 — 22:45