How do I fix a bad spray paint polyurethane job?
sanded down, primed, and hand-painted a wooden dresser in a green color. My husband was tasked with the final job - spraying a water-based polyurethane satin coat for durability/protection. Instead of doing long even strokes (he's not a fan of following directions) he must have spray painted some kind of circles on it because this is how it looks now (even after I repainted another thin coat of the green on top of it): http://www.flickr.com/photos/60231245@N00/4839702604/
Here is my question - how do I fix it? Do I have to get a power sander, sand it way down, and repaint the green (hand sanding got me nowhere) or can I use a brush and just paint on a couple more coats of polyurethane (using a paintbrush this time instead of a spray paint)?