Full Chisel Blog

September 10, 2011

The Full Chisel Store is now open.

Filed under: Finishing,For Sale or Trade,Historical Material,Of Interest,Publications — Stephen Shepherd @ 8:40 am

I finally have the Full Chisel Store up and running.  It has taken a while but at last I have figured it out, mostly.  Hopefully everything will work.  It is divided into two sections: Full Chisel Press for books and plans and Moses T’s – All Natural Wood Care Products lists the  6 oil finishes I offer.



  1. What about pipkins and alembics?

    Comment by Tinsmith — September 10, 2011 @ 10:52 am

  2. Good idea.

    Comment by Stephen Shepherd — September 10, 2011 @ 10:54 am

  3. Shipped first orders today.

    Comment by Stephen Shepherd — September 12, 2011 @ 3:07 pm

  4. Oxyguard is for treating metal and painted surfaces.

    Does that mean it’s for protecting them, or treating them
    in some other way?


    Comment by Chuck Nickerson — September 13, 2011 @ 10:29 am

  5. Chuck,
    It protects them from oxidation, tarnish, corrosion and other nasties that can happen to paint or metal surfaces. It even works on an oxidized automobile finish, clears up cloudy plastic lenses and make your tires look new.
    Handy stuff.


    Comment by Stephen Shepherd — September 13, 2011 @ 11:00 am

  6. Great! I always prefer to buy straight from the publisher/author when possible. I look forward to reading about traditional finishes, 19th century woodworking, and plan to make the lathe over the winter.

    While not exactly in your area, I worked on the NPS cultural inventory survey of Pecos Nat Historical Monument and report (in a ‘former’ life as an archaeologist). I think that is partly why I am drawn to your no-excuses view on historical techniques and materials. In grad school we did a lot of stone tool replication studies, so I find your historical perspective enlightening on techniques I can incorporate into how I work wood. Normally this is not in a 19th century manner, but probably 90% of which does not use power tools either. Life is learning, IMO.


    Comment by Joe Cunningham — September 13, 2011 @ 7:33 pm

  7. Where do I buy an orifice for the flyer I have? Someone substituted a solid steel bar instead.

    Comment by Pauline MacLean — September 18, 2011 @ 5:49 pm

  8. Joe,
    Thank you and thanks for the order as well.

    I can have one made for you send me an email at stephen@fullchisel.com.


    Comment by Stephen Shepherd — September 20, 2011 @ 11:40 am

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