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Posted on Trace Coating ... Dont Miss This .unless you like to sand

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#1 posted 08-31-2016 11:59 PM

Nice trick to see where you need to sand, but I don’t see it saving you any sanding. It still has to be sanded.
I think it’s more/just important to train the eye to spot these defects. Another question I have is does the dye clog up your sandpaper like some stains do?
I think it may be good for table tops and such, but I wouldn’t want to be doing it on a wall unit. JMO


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