Re: Bubbles in Finish
What is the brand of spar varnish and how is it being applied?
It's been a while since I've applied this particular material, but I believe that it needs to be brushed with a natural bristled brush suited to this type of finish, a regular paint brush isn't going to cut it, neither will a sponge brush.
I also believe you need to use slow, careful strokes and as few strokes as possible to keep from whipping air into the finish as it's being applied, hence the lots of little bubbles.
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