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Posted on Removing dust nibs between coats without scratches Waterlox

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bonesbr549

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#1 posted 03-08-2015 12:27 AM

Here’s what I do. I buy strait razor blades. It’s about 6 bucks for a hundred of em at lowes. It’s the kind you put in a scraper. Use them like a scraper for taking stickers off windshields. Works great. The next coat will melt in, and flow out never to be seen again!

Works also for runs you might miss after they dry. Scrape of the excess and put another light coat on and it will flow out and be perfect.

If you spot runs before they tack, take a long piece of painters tape and let it hang down to form a u between your hands. Lightly touch the run with the bottom of the U and lift up quickly it will take out the run and when it dries you will not notice. if you do, then slightly hit again after 24hrs and it will blend in

Waterlox is a PIA but is awesome on Cherry!

Both tricks are courtesy of the great Charles Neil!

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