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Posted on light patch in dark stain on red oak

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OSU55

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#1 posted 08-10-2016 03:18 PM

Try to recreate the issue with scrap, i.e. wet an area then stain the whole surface. This will give you a test piece. Then sand the area a little, and then wet sand with stain, and see what you get. May want to prepare several scrap test pieces to try some different approaches.

Adding spray finishing to your skillset opens up a whole new world in finishing. Finishing is 1/2 of a project’s total, and should receive that level of attention.


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