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#1 posted 07-24-2015 03:42 AM

Woodust, I agree totally and appreciate the concise tutorial on application. Not sure why I start in the center pulling dowels and rolling.

Yes, it is better than Poly: more scratch resistant, can write/erase on it, and the white really helps me see things better.

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Andy, Starting in the middle works just fine.

I just did a receptionist desk top. I draw bolt the whole top together then laminate it. I am just use to starting at the edges so that I can seam the pcs together and get good tight seams as I go.

Good idea with the blinds Dave.

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