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Old 09-02-02, 08:49 PM
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I may be doing an installation requiring finishing. I have read everything I can find on finishes but most of the technique is manufacturer dependent.

I was also wondering if a Swedish finish is within the realm of a dedicated DIY'er that is willing to spend more time/effort to get it right? Are Swedish finishes worth the extra trouble in the opinion of the moderators? It seems foolish to skimp on the finish after spending so much effort/expense on the flooring itself. I could even practice applying the finish on some scrap pieces.

Does anyone know of any info on the web regarding Swedish finish application?


I would like to thank the moderators for their invaluable help.
 
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Old 09-03-02, 09:07 AM
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I found the Glitsa site and it appears that the swedish finish is no harder to apply than any other finish.

I think the reason it's recommended for professionals only is the safety - requirement of turning off all pilot lights and health danger from fumes.
 
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