|Forum topic by Tommy Evans||posted 12-17-2014 02:03 PM||837 views||1 time favorited||10 replies|
12-17-2014 02:03 PM
I am completing my first ‘fine’ woodworking project. It is a serving tray from Woodsmith magazine. I used tiger maple and cherry.
It has 8 coats of rattle can lacquer on everything but the bottom. I left the bottom alone until last night. On the bottom I used a brushing lacquer to try that out. It came out great.
BUT… I had the tray upside down with the handles resting on a piece of black anti-skid shelf liner type of stuff. It has left ‘marks’ on the handles !
crap. It’s a Cristmas present.
I have rubbed it several times with a fine sanding pad and did not see any difference. I read that another coat of lacquer will meld with previous coats.
Or is the only sure fire fix to sand it down and start over on the handles. I can tape them off for respraying if I need to.
Waiting anxiously…. help!