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Posted on Which is easier to apply Brushing Lacquer or Brushing Polyurethane

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#1 posted 06-10-2012 09:17 PM

Good advice from Loren. Pesonally, I would choose polyurethane for a table because it is more durable and resists water and alcohol stains better. I always sand lightly between coats with 240 grit to remove dust nibs and hair straws. I usually do three coats. I like to rub out the final coat with car rubbing compound you can buy at a petrol station. this leaves a super smooth finish which is beautiful and very nice to the touch. My advice is to go for better rather than easier when it comes to tables.

-- Mike, an American living in Norway.


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