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#1 posted 11-07-2018 03:12 PM

I Noticed that no one has mentioned wet sanding the surface with 400 or finer black sandpaper. You can get a “baby-butt smooth surface” this way. Also, That is a really nice looking table top. Be proud.

I like to use gloss and buff/sand it to satin for the final coat but I have never used the wipe on products. I use a fine china bristle brush and thin the coating until it slides out and doesn’t leave brush strokes. I use the same technique with oil paint on painted surfaces.

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