Turning Archive 2007

Subject:
Finishing help

Jim Rutten
>I usually finish with a couple of coats of sanding sealer, sanded between coats with one of those sanding pads that looks like it should be used to scour dishes. What do you call those things anyway? Mine is white and sold to me by woodcraft for just this function. But I digress. After I put the sanding sealer on the piece it really looks good, but when I cut it back it is dull looking. So my question is can I sanding sealer, cut back, sanding sealer, cut back, sanding sealer, bealle buff, or must I sanding sealer, cut back, sanding sealer, cut back, sanding sealer, cut back, bealle buff. In other words is there a good reason to cut back the sanding sealer after the last coat?

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