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Lee Barker

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#1 posted 11-11-2012 02:42 PM

You bet, Ken. With a brush, 100% of the product is going on the project. I like that.

My favorite of the waterborne stuff is General Finishes.

The other secret to my success with it is to strain the material for every coat. I buy strainers by the sleeve of 50 or 100. I strain the material into a paper or plastic cup and throw it away (and I hate that part) after one use. (The used cup, not the material. It goes back into the can.)



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