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Old 21-11-2014, 07:27   #61
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Re: Thinning Epoxy to Penetrate Wood.

I posted the previous post and then saw you had too.

Just as another issue.

When I did the saloon table I used 2pac poly for added strength.

I am not sure that this is still necessary. On the sole in the aft cabin we have applied a single pack poly and it is standing up well to wear and tear.

It is certainly a lot easier to apply.

Unless you intend to have a lot of dancing on the table the single pack should be fine.

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