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  1. Wood Finishing
    Hi all, this is my first question here on the forum. I have encountered an issue with a water based polyurethane from italian brand and wanted to know if anyone had similar encounter. Here is a little background about the project: I built a twin MDF night stands, I sealed the case with a...
  2. Project Showcase
    My daughter is 18 months old and itching to get up higher to be able to see things in the kitchen and look in the mirror in the bathroom, so it seemed like it was time to make her a step stool. This was my first time using dowels in the joinery, and I'm hooked. The way that you can dry fit...
  3. Wood Finishing
    Hello. I am trying to finish a frame which I stripped, stained with Miniwax Water-Based Express Colour Stain, then coated with Miniwax Clear Gloss Polycrylic. The first coat looked decent but I tried to touch it up anyway and made it worse. So I sanded it down and tried a coat of Miniwax Clear...
  4. Wood Finishing
    I'm building closet shelves and clothes rods from red oak. Staining with Minwax Red Oak stain. Plan to finish the shelves with Minwax Water-based polycrylic. The rods, obviously, will get a lot of abuse. Old ones were worn to bare wood. Anyone have a recommendation for a finish for the rods...
  5. Wood Finishing
    I painted a wood surface using acrylic-latex paint (after priming it) and I gave it a good 6 weeks to cure. I was about to apply polycrylic (I need a hard, no-stick surface) but I noted a few spots that needed a touch up after a light sanding. I took a cotton swab and gently applied new...
  6. General Woodworking Discussion
    am just about to finalize finish on a table top. used waterbased polycrylic applied the recomended coats and dont think i have enough build up is more finish a bad thing? also i desire a glossy finish would steel wool with a paste wax to finalize things cause problems like it would between coats
  7. Wood Finishing
    Hi guys! I just started making some slab furniture and I'm finding myself really confused at how to create a system with my finishing materials. I'm wasting brushes, wasting cleaners, wasting time and wasting money right now. I pretty much don't know what I'm doing. :blink: These slabs are...
  8. Wood Finishing
    I am trying to refinish an oak kitchen table that has a water-based polycrylic finish on it. I am having difficulty finding anything that will strip this stuff off without damaging the table. Any suggestions? If I ever get this polycrylic off, I plan to apply "Waterlox" which is a tung oil. My...
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