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Re: Dining room table finish

Posted By: Jim Cole (64-40-66-144.dialup.mebtel.net)
Date: 8/9/2 15:55

In Response To: Dining room table finish (Hope)

I really don't think that there would be any real difference in the performance that you would get from using either one. These products do not need to be applied on the once a day... schedule. They can usually be applied at the rate of 2-3 coats a day depending oh temp and humidity. All you need to do is be sure that it dries completely between coats. I like to to put on 3 coats and remove any nibs then 3 more coats until you start to get an even sheen on the entire surface then 3 more coats to build a good surface filem which can be rubbed to the sheen you want with 0000 steel wool. I think a coat of paste wax adds a lot to the look and feel of the surface and does gice some added protection.

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