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#1 posted 12-15-2012 04:33 PM

Given your dealing with cherry it is very prone to blotching this means you need to use a conditioner on first to help control the possibility of blotching. The most effective conditioner is one made by Charles Neil a finishing and woodworking expert .Here’s a review I did on it. The other thing blotch control does is it allows plywood and hardwood to have the same color otherwise the two look very different . Charles is also coming out with a book that covers all aspects of finishing that would be a great aid for finishing on future projects.

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