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Forum topic by Skylar posted 04-24-2017 01:32 AM 995 views 0 times favorited 0 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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04-24-2017 01:32 AM

I’ve used Famowood glaze coat several times with no real issues…. I recently built a beautiful poplar urn style pedestal table for a customer and applied glaze coat to the top. Per the instructions I mixed a quart and applied it to approximately half, and quickly made another batch and finished it off. my problem is you can see the seam where the two join. I believe I can wet sand/buff out the line but I’m not positive. Before I do I have a couple question I’m hoping someone can help me with.

1) Does any have experience in this?

2) Could I buff this line out?

3) I have to apply a second coat regardless. Should I even worry about it or just apply the second coat. I’m worried about sealing in the visible seam.

I don’t mind a little trial an error but I don’t want to try to buff it out and end up messing it up and I don’t want to do a second coat and seal a line I could have buffed out otherwise… if it’s beyond repair I’d rather not spend the time and $70 on a second coat that I will jut rip off anyway… any help would be appreciated.

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