Anyone know of the best clear sealer for particle board?
I have finished cutting all the peices for a drill press table kit
I got from Woodsmith store. The main table top peice being
3/4" plywood. This MDF is sealed in a thin white formica
coating but the edges (end-flats), I suspect, can become flaky
over time of use, wouldn't want it to even start. The MDF
was free from my adult ed. class luckily. Any suggestions?
I used a couple of coats of that on my aquarium stand to seal the exposed PB
(back) and it seems OK. But it's only been a couple of months. I don't
imagine this stuff can be painted over too well though, Shellac is probably
a better choice if you want to paint it after.
No, no need to paint it. As with thinning glue for that, why not thin
the spar so it soaks in further...?
I tried coating a saw handle with it, it's like really "plasticky" stuff. It
has to be sanded between coats and no good, just comes right off. But
this may work with thinning.
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