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#1 posted 05-02-2012 09:54 PM

Excellent post, great answers. My only wierd experience was just as rockindavan says, and it was on my workbench for it’s annual re-apply of Watco’s. A day after I applied, it was kinda tacky. I was pretty nervous, didn’t understand because I hadn’t seen it before. Used a hard rag (no lint was the goal) to remove what looked like silvery excess, two days later went into the shop and the finish was hard as a rock, and looked great. I’m wiping over time and staying patient from this point in my use of Watco’s. Hope your problem isn’t more severe. Good luck!~

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