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Old September 4th 04, 11:58 PM
Chip off the Ol'Proc
 
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Default Wrestling with Fast Drying Polyurethane

After I have 3 coats of Poly on the wood do I finish with a wax?

The can doesn't have any directions about what to do after.

Also I'm having problems with getting rid of brush marks. Any
suggestions how to make the Fast dry poly more self leveling?
Thanks,
Chip

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Old September 5th 04, 02:29 AM
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Thin it with the appropriate solvent, or use foam brushes. You can wax
after the poly is cured, if you want to.

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After I have 3 coats of Poly on the wood do I finish with a wax?

The can doesn't have any directions about what to do after.

Also I'm having problems with getting rid of brush marks. Any suggestions
how to make the Fast dry poly more self leveling?
Thanks,
Chip

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Old September 5th 04, 03:58 AM
Jim Behning
 
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Fine Woodworking August 2004 has an article that might help.

Chip off the Ol'Proc wrote:

After I have 3 coats of Poly on the wood do I finish with a wax?

The can doesn't have any directions about what to do after.

Also I'm having problems with getting rid of brush marks. Any
suggestions how to make the Fast dry poly more self leveling?
Thanks,
Chip




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