Stained a small table a few days ago and had it in the kitchen bay window drying for a few days. Cold in the garage, today I turned on some heat and let it warm up a little so I could put on a coat poly. I put on one coat and let it set up for a couple of hours, after it dried a little but it was still slightly tacky I moved it back to the bay window in the house to dry fully over night before I do another coat. It sat there for about an hour or more, went to look at it and at first thought it was dust or something had blow onto it, but the top had little bubbles formed all over the top, perfect little air bubbles. None on the legs or aprons only on the top. Not sure what caused it? I felt the top when I brought it in the house and it felt dry but a little tacky. After I took the pics I rubbed my finger over the bubbles and they burst and lightly went over it with my finger to smooth it out.
Any body have this happen to you? What would cause it, it was smooth when I took it in the house.
-- Z, Rockwall, TX