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Brokenanew

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#1 posted 01-03-2019 03:33 AM

That makes sense. I think there was a lot of things I didn’t do right. I do think dust was a culprit but this time around I’m doing it in an isolated room inside with heat. I’ve used polyurethane on pine plenty of times but always when warm. I’m glad I planned it down and restained… really didn’t have a choice but at least I was able to get the stain a bit darker.
Once this stain fully dries, I’ll do the polyurethane again with everything I did wrong corrected.

I plan on tracking the shop vac with brush attachment then wiping it down before applying the polyurethane. I feel confident it will work the second time around, thanks to ya’lls help!
I’ll post results.


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