If you are doing a clear finish... Well, post again and I'll give you a rundown on ways to do it too.
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Thanks for answering. I am only going to paint if I totally mess up this wood. I reallllllllllllllyyyyyyyy love the natural look so I appreciate help.
Miriam C. wrote:Wouldn't be such an issue if I had done two doors.
I end up needing 5'x10' and it isn't available. I got 5x5 Birch.bledsoe3 wrote:Miriam C. wrote:Wouldn't be such an issue if I had done two doors.
It's not too late. Just cut a big ol' hole in that sucker.
You don't know how close I am to doing just that. However the bubble oil isn't quite that low and with my big window......I don't know how big of sheets of luan are available in your area but what I did was after I was done with everything else, I glued a sheet of luan over the side walls. I don't have a single seam, nail or screw hole on my sides (except the door hinges).
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When you say "No Poly" does that hold true for interior also? I would think it would be good enough for my interior finish?
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