I’m not sure if I’m putting this question in the right place but here goes.
I am finishing a table with stain and a high gloss clear Polyurethane. The directions say to sand between coats with 220 paper. When applying a coat of polyurethane, I notice that there are small bubbles in the finish. This is fine when I am sanding between coats, but on the last coat I would like to have it as smooth as glass with a high gloss.
I have heard that I should “rub out” the last coat with a fine steel wool but won’t that dull the finish??
How do I get the surface to be smooth and glossy?
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