|Forum topic by depictureboy||posted 02-16-2011 08:30 PM||2045 views||1 time favorited||6 replies|
02-16-2011 08:30 PM
I am working on finishing the doors for my bedroom project, i have been working on rubbing out the center panel as it will be glossy compared to the actual door frame, I have them very smooth now, but I notice that if I put my finger on it with any sort of pressure it leaves a fingerprint in the finish…
I am using zinnser shellac(the dewaxed sanding sealer) as my topcoats, and this is the first time i have noticed this issue. Maybe its because its so polished and smooth. I am using mineral spirits as my cutting agent with the wet/dry sand paper…But I have noticed that the rails and stiles are also doing the same thing, even if I let the item sit for a day or so inside to really harden the finish…
Is there something I am not getting or is shellac really that soft all the time?
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