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Old 02-07-01, 04:35 PM
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I am refinishing an old coffee table. I sanded it then stained it. I then moved the table to an unheated barn and put on a coat of polyurathane (sp). It has bubbled and lots of stuff is now imbedded in the surface. What is the best way to remove the last coat and complete this project in a warmer cleaner location?
 
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Old 02-08-01, 02:26 AM
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Cool

You're just going to have to strip or sand all of that off, and start over.
Another lesson learned, huh? (Happens to us all.)
Good luck!
 
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