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Re: Bleeding Chairs

Posted By: JIm Cole (64-40-66-162.dialup.mebtel.net)
Date: 2/27/2 17:38

In Response To: Bleeding Chairs (Skip Barton)

It could be that your chairs are contaminated or it could just be old stain working its way out. I would keep them at 65degrees in a dry area for a while and see what is going on and if they will dry out. If the bleeding persists you may need to seal the chair with shellac before you put on finish coats.

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