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Removing polyeurythane


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Initial post: Mar 26, 2008 5:39:20 AM PDT
I've have an old wood chest with a polyeurythane finish. Its only a thin coat. Can I remove this by sanding off the poly?
Thanks.

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 1, 2008 11:47:40 AM PDT
Yes you can, but you need to watch for heat build-up as it tends to soften the poly and gum up the sandpaper. As you have probably heard, just let the sander do the work, don't force it and keep checking the paper for clogging.

Good luck
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