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Table refinish

Time to sand/repaint my table and had a couple quick questions - what is the most efficient method for sanding down the table?  Belt sander, orbit sander, etc.  2nd, any suggestions for sealer/paint brand to help with the outside elements.  It's been a couple years since I've refinished my table and looking for some good advice to help move the project along. 


  • matochmatoch Posts: 135
    What kind of finish is on it? If it's basically painted or has a laquer finish layer then i would get a chemical stripper and scrape that layer off. 
    Edmonton, Alberta - XL & Minimax
  • BeerBQBeerBQ Posts: 117
    I believe I just used something along the lines of Minwax and just painted it on.  It was some sort of 2 in 1 sealer paint.  3-4 years ago I refinished it and recall how miserable the sanding portion was removing all the paint/grease for a fresh coat.  Lesson learned and hoping for an efficient method this go round.  
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