|Forum topic by ScottKaye||posted 12-20-2013 08:27 PM||1004 views||1 time favorited||6 replies|
12-20-2013 08:27 PM
Im using Arm-R-Seal satin and had a few runs in a project I’m into. I had to get out the razer blade to scrape the runs away. They werent major, more like puddled drops. I also had to do a little more agressive sanding than I had planned (with 320) in between coats and I’m left with a very milky white haze all over my project. My question is can I wipe the surface clean with a rag wetted with denatured alcohol or should I just use a rag wetted with spring water.
Not sure if the denatured alcohol would A: melt the finish or B: leave behind any traces.
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