Don't throw rocks at me, there's a reason I used it. I tried sanding and refinishing an oak table the traditional way, however, it would not take a stain and looked horrible.
I've put on three coats of polyshades and it looks pretty good. Unfortunately in my area they only sell glossy and I would like a satin finish. I was thinking of just using 000 steel wool and finishing with oil based satin poly. However, I've gone to two hardware stores and neither had oil based poly, I'm beginning to think they don't sell it in So. California.
The clerk suggested I rub it down with Restor-A-Finish.
I'm hesitant to do that on the table top because if it lifts or gunks up the finish I'll be in a world of hurt and probably just toss the table.
Any suggestions on how to dull a glossy oil based finish??