|Forum topic by chrisstef||posted 899 days ago||1679 views||0 times favorited||7 replies|
899 days ago
So heres my quandry gang ….
The material im working with is purpleheart.
Im working on a box wihere 2 sides will not be flat and flush, they will be jagged and they are end grain. I would like to wet sand the top and the 2 flush sides to get a real nice glossy finish on the purpleheart.
So to be able to get any finish on the 2 jagged sides i figured i would spray them with lacquer (like out of a spray paint can). There is no way i could get a rag or a brush into those small ittle spaces. Now if i spray the jagged sides can i wet sand that same spray lacquer on the top and the 2 flush sides using the spray? Or should i tape off the tope and the 2 flush sides and use another product on them and just spray the jagged edges?
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