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using the word "cell" to mean "cell phone" or "built-in" to mean "built-in cabinets". This doen't work with polyurethane because it is ambiguous - you have polyurethane paint, polyurethane stain, polyurethane sheeting, polyurethane panels (glass) etc. …
answered Aug 23 by Harper
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New plastic off-gasses. Leave it in your car for a week, most of it will go away. None of it is good, and yes, food containers do leach into food. Polystyrene less than most, but you're not get …
answered Apr 16 '17 by Harper
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That is fine. All you're trying to do is knock down petrified fluff and dust. And also scuff the surface to give it some "tooth" for the next coat to bite in to, but that is not necessary if you've h …
answered Jul 8 by Harper
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If you need a glue glue, then cyanoacrylate may fill the bill. It's extremely strong (though has narrow tolerances for the mating surfaces, e.g. it can't bridge across gaps), and it removes with acet …
answered 2 days ago by Harper
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Your knots are going to print through no matter what you do; the knots have a different physical texture than the surrounding wood. Corrcting this would take a painstaking amount of sanding primer an …
answered Apr 7 '17 by Harper
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Soak it good and plenty in soapy water. Water based paints are pretty soft stuff, and 1/2 hour to dry isn't really enough to start them curing. Water should soften them up. Don't use hot water as t …
answered Sep 26 by Harper