This has been the best oil product for my furniture products.
Instructions 1. Using a natural-bristle brush, apply the poly in long, smooth strokes going with the direction of the grain overlapping the stroke just a bit to ensure proper coverage. Remember again not to over-work the brush as it will disrupt the finish.
One thing to be careful of with oil is drips! Check for drips and go back with your brush to smooth them.
Oil takes longer to dry than water-based poly, so read the instructions on the can very carefully! Let fully dry.
Sand very lightly over the entire surface. Many make this mistake and end up with a bumpy, uneven finish.
Apply 2 to 4 coats and you have a very durable surface for your furniture! Here are my thoughts on water- versus oil-based poly: Water-based products have their Milf dating in Marquez they are safer for the environment and working area, they dry fast, are easy to clean up, easy to apply, will not yellow over time and are quite durable as a finish.
Oil-based products are more harmful to breathe in, please make sure to wear a mask and use all necessary safety precautionsrequire longer Lady wants casual sex Sheakleyville times and can be tricky to apply. Oil-based finishes are still the strongest and most durable for surfaces that get lots of wear and tear. I hope that clears up some of your questions surrounding this process!
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