|Forum topic by 404 - Not Found||posted 11-14-2011 07:24 PM||904 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
11-14-2011 07:24 PM
I have a problem with a white oak farmhouse table, which I started to oil with Woca (Trip Trap) oil, frankly, I didn’t like the colour, it was dull and lifeless and three shades too dark when dried. I sanded and cleaned it all down and tried polyurethane varnish on it (which I tested on the underneath), – that didn’t give me what I wanted either (too light).
So I mixed up and applied a batch of 35/35/30 Woca/Poly/MS. It looks absolutely lovely.
Now that the colour is right, can I de-nib it and give it two coats of polyurethane or am I going to run into problems doing that?
This is a new finish for me as I normally spray lacquer – however this job called for a more rustic look. Any help would be appreciated.