|Forum topic by rlrobinhood||posted 12-28-2014 01:19 AM||640 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
12-28-2014 01:19 AM
I built my wife a desk. It is basically two small cabinets (about the size of a two drawer file cabinet) and then I’ll put a top on top of these. The top is a rosewood plywood and I put rosewood edging around it. I just finished sanding the desk top assembly to 220 grit.
My plan is to use a Minwax natural stain on the desk top. After it dries (how long to you think? Would 24-hours be fine?), I was going to brush on a coat of gloss polyurethane. After it dries, I would hit it very lightly with 220 grit sand paper (hand sand) and put another coat of poly on. Repeat again.
Do you think this a good process? Any advice, comments, or recommendations?
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