Waterlox question

I'm going to use Waterlox to seal a new workbench. I have never used this product before. Has anyone had any experience with this products? Any special tips? What grit sandpaper do I use for the final sanding before application? Do I use a finer grit between applications? If so, what? I would really appreciate any input anyone has on this product.
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I believe Russ Ramirez touts the beuty of the product, visit him at www.woodfinishingsupplies.com and ask on the forum.

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That's where I got mine. You ought to see the cherry tables that Frank Klausz produces with a Waterlox finish.
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On 29 Nov 2003 08:38:40 -0800, snipped-for-privacy@aol.com (Carol) brought forth from the murky depths:

Scrape it with a cabinet scraper before application. (Sand if you must. I like 220.) Blow off with compressed air.
Clean with alcohol or mineral spirits. Allow to dry.
Wipe on an even coat of Waterlox and allow 2+ hours dry time. Denib with 220 grit. Tack off. Repeat with 1 day drying time.
I put my Waterlox applicator (piece of t-shirt/half-a-sock) in a baggie (with all the air squeezed out) overnight so it doesn't dry and doesn't spontaneously combust.
After I get a good, even gloss all over (~3 coats), I'll degloss it with a piece of 0000 steel wool (or old gray Scotchbrite pad) and paste wax. Let it dry for 30 minutes, buff, and you're done.
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