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Sanding oil based enamel between coats.


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I recently painted a new hardboard (Masonite) door with two coats of Benjamin Moore oil based primer, so far so good, no sanding needed. After applying the first coat of BM Impervo low lustre oil enamel I got the bright idea to sand it with 120 before I applied the second coat, after I applied the second coat scratches from the sanding were showing through. Do I need to re-sand to remove both enamel coats (and scratches) with 220-320 to make it right, and start over with the enamel.

Darn,

-JH

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