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shelly_b

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#1 posted 576 days ago

thanks everyone:) i have never thought of making my own wipe on poly, probably b/c i didn’t know you could lol. but i will definately be giving that a try. if any kind of wipe on finish works/looks as good as a spray/brush on then i am all for it. i am a little…ok, very ocd when i finish my projects. there can’t be any drips, sags, brush marks or blemishes of any sort. if there are then i have extra sanding time lol so it can get time consuming. thank you cathy:) i have some spray cans of poly and laquer and would like to eventually get a sprayer. i am horrible about not using safety equipment. masks drive me crazy, i feel like i am suffocating, but i know i really need to start using them.


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