|Forum topic by NMADVR||posted 849 days ago||4918 views||0 times favorited||10 replies|
849 days ago
I recently used Famowood glaze coat on a 12’ oak landing tread with horrible results. The glaze coat rippled and dimpled in several spots. I called Famowood tech support and discussd my process and the determination was that I usd 1/2 of the necessary amount of material therefore causing it to pull while trying to self level and I should do a 2nd pour to cover the bad spots. I’m not comfortable adding more glaze and would like to just sand it down and make it go away. This stuff is very perisistent and Im not sure what the proper method is to remove or sand/cut down. Can someone tell me what type of sander I need to do this?
I really appreciate some guidance here. thank you!
The project was originally to install the hardwood over concrete on the lower level however the concrete seem conecting the two levels was so uneven and elevated in several spots that I decided to build the landing tread out over the uneaven spots. I’m not unhappy with the final result of the floor but the step is a splinter in my side. :-)