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  1. Wood Finishing
    After way too many hours of trying to figure it out I think I have it down to two ideas. Will sand to 150, raise grain with water and sand to 150 again first. First Idea Rub it in one coat of old masters tung oil varnish and let dry 24 hours. I was going to use an oil based wood filler...
  2. General Woodworking Discussion
    Hi I am on here in hopes of getting advise about how to finish a walnut countertop. I ordered this countertop from J Aaron and it is gorgeous. Came to me unfinished. Just needing to be sanded perfectly smooth and finished. Their suggestion was to use this Rubio Monocoat finish. Which I did. But...
  3. Wood Finishing
    I recently bought a house with a shop space, and began woodworking again after a nearly 20-year hiatus. I have a collection of old finishes and solvents, including a mason jar of Waterlox (probably the original Danish Oil formula). It has no sediments and shows no sign of any separation. I made...
  4. 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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