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Old 11-06-2010, 08:32   #1
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To Sand, or Not to Sand: That Is the Question !

Might sound stupid, but... Just purchased new teak veneer plywood for seating and my question is: do you need to sand the fresh teak before applying the 1st coat of varnish. I'm scared of sanding off the veneer.
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I very light sand is ok (320 grit). But you can only do this once.
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Perhaps you could leave the splinters alone in one area, and allocate that seat to unwanted guests...?
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