|Forum topic by drpdrp||posted 02-07-2014 02:46 PM||878 views||0 times favorited||9 replies|
02-07-2014 02:46 PM
Okay I am sure this is another of the painfully obvious things that I just… don’t see for some reason… So, forgive me please.
Okay, so I’ve had this problem a couple of ways- here is how it is manifesting now.
I made this bench with pegged tenons and want to do the clear coat before it is assembled (the intention is that it is knock-down). Of the four pieces two are visible from 5 sides and the other two all six.
I’ve got those little plastic cones to set them on- but then won’t I get a seam or drips from doing the coat on one side at a time? Like, problem A) if I do one side, let it dry and then flip it- there will be overlap and B) I tend to get drip bumps on the bottom edge. Not full drips- but like… the little bump that starts to form before it can turn into a drip. If it was the bottom edge (that would touch the ground) that is tolerable (at my skill level) but since it would be along a visible face it seems less than ideal.