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#1 posted 05-21-2018 07:35 PM

I’d just like to add to what Brad said. If you have runs, drop or any bumps on the surface, you should level those before you start sanding. Use a razor blade, chisel or similar and carefully remove those raised surfaces by carefully scraping or paring them down. Be careful and don’t take it down to bare wood. It needs to be fully cured to do this and those lumps will take longer to cure.

Then you can sand the surface level with 220 or finer grit and try to refinish. If you wet sand, just use water with maybe a drop or two of detergent. I would just dry sand it. The easiest finish would be a wipe on poly.

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