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Old 07-31-2012, 05:17 PM   #1
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I am finishing some new finger-jointed pine stair treads. I primed them. Sanded them mostly to knock the raised grain off. I have put one coat of Benjamin Moore Porch and Floor paint on. The can says I can re-coat after an overnight dry. It doesn't say anything about another light sanding before the second coat.

What do you experts think?

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Sure-- light being the key word- you just need to get any nubs the fell into it.
Oil or Latex? The latex has a lighter sheen, almost an eggshell.

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Thanks. And its latex.
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