|Forum topic by Lumberpunk||posted 06-24-2015 12:40 AM||660 views||1 time favorited||3 replies|
06-24-2015 12:40 AM
Hi All, I am currently finishing a 24”x48” spalted maple slab for a coffee table using General Arm-R-Seal Semi Gloss and I am getting very high absorption on several places on the slab. I laid on 5 coats of finish and sanded it back to wood as suggested in this article:
However I am still getting a very uneven surface and would like to figure out something a little more effective and quick. At the moment I am considering sanding it back (again) and hitting it with a coat of dewaxed shellac before the next coat of arm-r-seal or getting some CA glue but I am wondering if there are any other good options out there I should know about?
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