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furniture finishing

Posted by renov8r (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 25, 13 at 16:59

What product should I use?
My designer said to use Sherwin Williams Mahogany Wainscott on the antique table I want to refinish. I looked it up on the internet and I have 2 choices.
"Wood Classics Interior Oil Stain"
"Wood Classics 250 VOC Oil Stain"
Which would you recommend?

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RE: furniture finishing

I would go with the Wood Classics Interior Oil Stain if you need a faster drying stain, dries within a couple hours.

RE: furniture finishing

Or use the 250 VOC formula for less odor. Both may not be available in your area, it depends on the VOC laws.

If you want the faster drying time of the regular formula, but only the 250 VOC formula is available, simply add 25% mineral spirits to the 250 stuff, and it will be just like the regular.

RE: furniture finishing

How can I protect a reclaimed wood table from Rh.
I really love this table.

RE: furniture finishing

Dora - please start a new thread

RE: furniture finishing

Dora - please start a new thread

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