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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Painting over bookcases that were victims of a staining disaster

    Minwax poly (brushed version ) cannot be applied without massive foaming
    Did you shake the can?

    You know you have to keep stirring that crap like every 2-3 min. I have had better results keeping it in motion. Slow even stirs, dont rush it. I have had great results after many times being forced to use this crap.
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  2. #12
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    Default Re: Painting over bookcases that were victims of a staining disaster

    Quote Originally Posted by generaldark View Post
    Did you shake the can?

    You know you have to keep stirring that crap like every 2-3 min. I have had better results keeping it in motion. Slow even stirs, dont rush it. I have had great results after many times being forced to use this crap.
    There's no way to work with Minwax poly and end with a good finish. Skip the headaches and hassles and use McKloskies. McKloskies is easy to use and is an excellent finish.
    I suffer from CDO ... Its like OCD, but in alphabetical order, LIKE IT SHOULD BE!!!

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