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Rick Dennington

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#1 posted 1761 days ago

Hey AaronK, now I remember why I suggested using the oil before poly. I had some oil left over from a previous project and wanted to use it up, cause it was getting old. Sorry ‘bout that, Llarian. Aaron is right—no need for the oil. But I found out one thing—the oil sure made the first coat of poly “glide” on smoother. Didn’t have that drag on the brush on the first coat of poly—went on a lot easier.

roman: it’s your bench—do whatever you want to do to it. Not me—mines 3” thick, glued and screwed, and bound with Douglas fir. Do you draw plans on it also—that might work.

-- " I started with nothing, and I've still got most of it left".......


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