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Varnish users...purchase some cheap paint filters to strain your
varninsh before AND after use. I've also used panthose to strain
laquer. This to keep out contaminates.
I was reminded of this browesing the last issue of American Woodworker...a favorite.
12-31-2000, 12:59 PM
i have a bay window with a birch seat board.the stain color i used was a two part mix.i then applyed four coats of minwax fast-drying polyurethane.this morning i woke up and found that my cat had left five two inch scratches on the seat board.is there anyway to fix this problem.
12-31-2000, 02:41 PM
Sand off the plastic finish and refinish it with something that can be repaired more easily. I would recomend danish oil. Under the same conditions you could have just wiped on a new coat of oil and be done with it.
If the scratches are into the raw wood you have a real problem cat.
01-01-2001, 12:06 AM
I've seen a pick up in town with a licence plate frame that says, "Cats flatened while you wait." ;)
If not Danish oil, I'd recommend fabulon floor finish (not urethane).