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How to prepare your timber for Feast Watson Wipe-on Poly:
Before getting started:
Fill nail holes, cracks and other defects with a water-based putty after applying the first coat of this product for accurate colour matching.
Remove stains, dirt, wax, grease and oil with mineral turpentine.
Using a suitable polish remover, remove any polish.
If you are applying Wipe-on Poly to Bare Timber:
Sand to a smooth surface.
Remember to remove all sanding dust before coating.
Note: For naturally oily timbers, seal the timber with Feast Watson Proofseal as per the directions prior to application.
Previously Coated Timber If you are applying Wipe-on Poly to Previously Coated Timber:
Sand back previously varnished surfaces to a dull finish.
Remove all sanding dust before coating.
Thoroughly clean the surface with Floorclean and allow to dry.
Apply one coat to a small test area. Allow to dry for 6 hours.
Press sticky tape firmly to the surface and pull off quickly.
If the coating comes off, sand back to bare timber.
If coating adheres well, sand the entire area with 180 - 240 grit paper for good adhesion, remove dust, then follow application instructions.