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Posted by Sherida Johnson on October 15th, 2002 12:48 PM
In reply to Paint Over Varnish ... by Jay J -Moderator on March 14th, 2001 08:51 PM [Go to top of thread]

I refinished a wooden coffee table, beginning with one coat of water based primer, then an acrylic base coat. I then applied a glaze mixed with two colors of acrylic paint and flogged on a faux wood-grain finish. When dry, I applied 4 coats of Deft clear wood finish to protect the faux finish. Now, 5 months later the glaze coat is wearing away and exposing the base coat. I will need to redo the surface and would like to know what products to use. Apparently the ones I used are not suitable for a much-used coffee table. Should I sand it down to the primer and start over with oil based products? Or can I repair the finish and go over the whole thing with some sort of varnish that will not wear through? Please help if you can. Thank you
Sherida Johnson

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