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    VENEER Maple table

    Customer asked if I could repair a large burn mark on one half of the table. He had another company come out and they made it worse. I told him the only way to remove the burn was to strip the top. The burn was down through the clear coat into the wood. SO I stripped it and matched up the color tone then on applying the finish coat I get hundreds of fish eyes. So I sanded the top coat applied 2 piss coats of a product called lacover 30 which sealed in the impurities, now I'm sealing the table again and will follow up with a good sanding with 320 then clean coat.
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    so did you sand out the burn mark dave or just bleach it out?
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    I sanded till I could sand no more then bleached, bairly noticable.
    I dream a lot. I do more painting when I'm not painting. It's in the subconscious.
    ::: Andrew Wyeth :::
    colonialrestorationstudio.com

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