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Table Finish??

Rafter RRafter R Posts: 120
edited 6:51AM in EGG Table Forum
Question ... Do you apply the polyurathane (sp) to the under side of the table surfaces or just the outer edges?

Comments

  • FlaPoolmanFlaPoolman Posts: 11,675
    I did 1 coat on the bottom and 6 coats on the top
  • Rafter RRafter R Posts: 120
    So I presume you turned the table upside down, or did you apply the finish before you put the top and shelf on? I know this sounds dumb.

    How do you get the sealer between the slats on the top and lower shelf without getting run drips?
  • FlaPoolmanFlaPoolman Posts: 11,675
    This was a refinish so I just did a quick swipe with a brush on the bottom without flipping the table. I wasn't too concerned how it looked just sounded good to have a coat there.

    Before

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    After

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  • CaptDaveCaptDave Posts: 54
    Wow, looks like a new table!!!!
  • Capt FrankCapt Frank Posts: 2,578
    Like Pat says, one coat on the undersides is sufficient. A minimum of three on all exposed surfaces. In this case, more really is better. Sand with 220 grit or finer between coats. Wipe off sanding residue with a rag dampened with mineral spirits. :)
  • Rafter RRafter R Posts: 120
    Do you need to drill pilot holes and counter sink the screws since red oak is so hard?
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