Preparation: To remove burns, gouges or stains, sand blemished area down to bare wood. Finish sand the repaired spot with a fine grit paper (120 or 150), feathering the edges into the finished area. Remove all sanding dust with a tack rag. On new wood surfaces be sure wood is clean, dry, well sanded and free of dust.
- It is recommended to make a test sample in a hidden area to make sure wood is properly sanded and your desired look is achieved.
- Apply clear coat liberally to surface in a circular motion, using a clean, but lint free cloth, or if desired, with a foam or bristle brush.
- Allow the clear coat to set for 1-2 minutes, then wipe off excess with a clean soft cloth, making final strokes with the grain.
- For best results, use at least 2 coats of EZ-DO. Allow to dry thoroughly, then wet sand with the grain of the wood using a very find grit paper.
Drying Time: Gel clear coat may be re-coated after 4 to 6 hours drying, depending on humidity and temperature conditions. For best results allow overnight drying time between coats. For multiple coat applications, wait at least 12 hours before using.
DANGER OF COMBUSTION. Keep out of reach of children. Materials such as rags used with this product may begin to burn by themselves. After use, put rags in water or lay flat to dry, then discard.