By Ken Collier
Tips for Wood finishing.
Whether you're finishing new wood or old, the basic process of applying stain and polyurethane is pretty simple. The labels on the cans give you the how-to. However, there are lots of tips and tricks to make it go more smoothly. Here are some of our favorites.
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