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#1 posted 03-12-2017 01:14 AM

It is what Loren said. No matter how tight you put the lid back on… the air in whatever volume of space left inside will react with the product…creating the skim. As he said… there are some sprays that supposedly reduce the problem. I’ve never tried it. Another product you may like is General Finishes (satin and/or gloss) Oil & Urethane. Much better than the old polyurethane mix. The oil and urethane go on thinner…and it takes a few more coats to get the millage you want…but I’ve noticed it just doesn’t do that “skim” either.

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