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Posted on Arm Seal Blotching on Chestnut

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#1 posted 02-14-2018 01:12 PM

Not typical blotching. Adding more ars wont help and its too late for a conditioner. Remove the ars by sanding or planing, use a conditioner – how to make your own – and next time test your finish before starting on the finished product.

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I did test on a small section and saw no blotching. I’ll remove this finish and use the CN conditioner I just bought and see what happens. MR Shelley may be right though in that the blotching could be from a chemical agent.

Also do you think a conditioner would help control blotching with a varnish. I thought they were more used for a stain/dye.

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