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Are small air bubbles on the surface while applying wood finish normal?
While finishing my door, I've noticed a lot of small air bubbles after applying the finish. I asked a painter about it and he told me it's normal, but it doesn't seem normal to me. Is this normal or ...
Jul 18 '13 at 7:33
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