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Wet Sanding Wood with Oil: Will It Do Anything Good?

Sanding wood is a necessary step in creating a smooth and beautiful finished wood piece. Wet sanding with oil is …

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Spar Urethane over Polyurethane – How to Apply Correctly?

If you have a wooden door or other wooden accents to the outside of your home, there are various ways …

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How Many Coats of Sealer on Wood Should You Apply?

Topping off wooden flooring with coats of sealer is necessary to protect the surface and give it an attractive shine. …

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How Long after Polyurethane Can I Use Table? Drying Question

So, you have just used the toughest of clear coatings – polyurethane – to revamp your table’s or any other …

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Does Spar Urethane Yellow Over Time? Answered

DIYers and many homeowners usually have a long list of wood finishes to choose from when shopping for one. These …

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Lacquer Blushing – What’s Wrong and How to Fix This?

Lacquer blushing is a common finish problem when the lacquer doesn’t dry properly. The result is a cloudy, streaked appearance …

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Penetrol on Car Paint – What Good and Bad Can It Do?

When it comes to keeping your car looking as good as new, it’s important to make sure that you’re taking …

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Polycrylic Semi-Gloss vs. Gloss – What’s Better for You?

You are likely to find a Polycrylic wood preservative in most stores. However, without prior knowledge of its existence and …

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PVA Primer on Wood – How and When Should You Apply It?

PVA primer is undoubtedly useful in many instances. It can work well in a large number of contexts such as …