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Posted on Polyurethane/Oil Stain compatibility

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#1 posted 01-21-2018 02:30 AM

right, on two things, I don’t use stains anymore but back when I did, really got to wipe off the excess and that stuff takes forever to dry. Then, as said, spray one coat of canned shellac from HD (making it easy) to seal, sand it and then poly is good.


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