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Old 06-21-2010, 11:16 AM   #1
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using soft wood sealer prior to staining


My daughter and her husband are renovating a cabin. She called me complaining that the soft wood sealer she applied to what she believes is either fir or hemlock failed to prevent a splochy or uneven stain. She said she followed the manufacturers instructions and applied Old Master stain and still had an unsightly stained surface. Maybe if she went to a heavier bodied stain like ZAR by UGL? I don't know. Your comments would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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