|Forum topic by MikeB||posted 03-20-2012 03:05 PM||1704 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
03-20-2012 03:05 PM
I am on my 4th or 5th coat and am wondering if I am doing this right. I’ve been steel-wooling between coats and tend to rub the hazy layer to a sheen, thinking this is how it should be done. Then I do some research and saw some reference to Charles Niel’s DVDs/videos. This made me wonder if I really needed to rub to the sheen (I’d call it satin, not glossy, where I can see hazy light reflection, not mirror), or do should I just be satisfied to knock-down the finish for the next coat?
Also, anyone have tips on rubbing out tight/intricate areas? I half thought about attached steel wool to my Fein multi-tool.
Your advice is apopreciated.
-- MikeB, Aurora, Oregon