Join Date: Feb 2008
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If you have the time to do it right, you actually did good. You want to seriously thin the first coats so the varnish can penetrate the wood for better adhesion. I would do another coat at 60% varnish to thinner then 80% and then a minimum of 4 coats of 90-100%. The next year you should do 2-4 coats, then you can get away with 1 coat a year, unless you in the tropics (then double everything!)
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