Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: South Coast Ontario
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I agree with Porfin- if you take the approach that it is done when it is done, and immerse yourself in the varnishing sub-specialties (scraper maintenance, sand paper selection, sanding.scraping technique, finish selection, etc.,) it can become very zen.
The difference between varnishing and cetoling is like the difference between smoking a pipe and smoking marlboros. One is a rewarding process with more preparation, the other is a quick hit.
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