You're just looking to rough it up a little so the primer has something to adhere to; you're not trying to strip the surface. By Wendy Manwarren Generes.
I've blamed everything from the dog to the paint for the tiny pieces of fuzz I've found when applying the Polycrylic, but it's really because I didn't remove everything with the tack cloth. More From Pretty Handy Projects.
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You need to remove every speck of lint and dust before applying the Polycrylic Protective Finish in the next step. Use a foam brush to get into any hard-to-reach areas. Prime using a mini foam roller.
Type keyword s to search. Finally, use a new mini foam roller to apply a thin coat of Polycrylic Protective Finish water-based protectant in gloss. Sand all surfaces with 150-grit sandpaper.
Do not use a paper towel. Use 80-grit if you are sanding a furnishing with an existing varnish. Here's how to paint a piece of furniture—without making a single mistake:.
There are lots of tutorials out there that claim you don't need to sand. Allow 72 hours for it to dry before using; otherwise, it can get sticky. Just use the tack cloth.
Use the same sanding block and a NEW tack cloth.