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#1 posted 11-05-2012 05:14 AM

I would thin it to about a 1-2lb cut for a sealer with DNA…

You could probably add 1/3 more of DNA and it would work great for a sealer…

I don’t think I’d use it straight out of the can unthinned for a sealer… you’d be wasting shellac and I think you’d be sanding more too…

With a thinner cut, it would seal better, dry faster, and wouldn’t require as much sanding.

IMHO

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