I want to thank Herb, Stick, Tonto 1, Mark, and Vince you guys have a great sense of humor, that's what I love
about this site. This is the Walnut Burl table top I had to strip down and do over, Much better the second time.
The top was sprayed with two coats of lacquer, the next day two more coats, did this for 5 days. Than two coats
of urethane for three days with wet sanding between coats. Oh yea I forgot to add the pictures yesterday, than
I forget lots of things these days. .
John, I am glad you weren't offended, I got to thinking that I shouldn't have said that,knowing you made a mistake and forgot to post the picture. But I had to do it.........
I wish there iis a WOW button for posts like that, and we seem to be getting a lot of them lately.
Great job joining those 2 pieces down the middle,they look like one piece. I just love wood patterns like that. Good job matching the finish on the pedestal too.
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