I've learned a ton from this site and have a question that I can't find an answer for.
I am applying Minwax fast drying clear gloss poly to a piece of Birch plywood sanded to 220.
I used a new foam brush for all coats and all coats were 100% (no thinning)
1st coat was real thin at 100% Dried 10 hrs. Sanded lightly with 220, 2nd coat was also thin, dried 14 hrs and sanded at 220. I noticed slight shiny valleys and dull ridges which I would guess means that the brush strokes are showing up. I sanded with 220 again and applied another thin coat this morning.
Is there a way to remove the small ridges to get a smooth finish? I seem to remember hearing that you can wet sand to get them out but have I gone too far already to make that successful? I do plan on rubbing it after a few weeks of drying. Will this take the ridges out?
Thanks in advance