I think that a Johnson’s wax cover might give this countertop some extra protection and also hide some of the imperfections in the arm-r-seal finish. What are your thoughts. I have some pictures here of it and also a picture of one of the dr...
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April 10, 2011:
I was born in PA; lived in Long Island, NY; Geneseo, NY, DC; Annapolis, MD; Santa Cruz, CA; and now reside in TN.
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Well, I love how this finish went on. I rubbed it on heavy with a rag. Then with the same rag rubbed it gently in the direction of the grain. After each coat, I sanded with 600 grit. Each side 3 got coats. I still had a few light lines and a f...
This part of the blog should really be between the backsplash entry and the arm-r-seal This is the transition I have dreaded. All the pieces have been cut and shaped and glued and prepped. Now begins the finishing process! These counterto...