Sometime back someone here mentioned using sanding sealer on sticks and I did that this past weekend with a piece of maple. I liked the look during application but really liked the look once it was dry.
But I LOVED the look once I hand brushed the gloss polyurethane - that sanding sealer seemingly provided a "depth" to the finish.
In this instance I needed the sanding sealer to make the surface behave.
I might just use it again soon simply because I love that final look.
BTW, this is Cane #76 . . . if all goes as planned I'll complete Cane #80 during Oct.
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