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#1 posted 12-16-2018 01:58 PM

Unless you’re going for the rustic look, I would put a finish over the top so it’s easier to dust and keep clean.

I recommend a spray finish using an aerosol can. You can choose either a polyurethane or a lacquer. The lacquer dries faster, but it’s more toxic, so you need a well ventilated area and a respirator with carbon filters.

I hope that helps. Post a photo and show us your work!

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