Sanger Bubbledeck Floors need a little help
I’d like to get a few opinions on the best way to get the floors on my Sanger Bubbledeck looking better. The wood itself and the glass are in good shape but it looks as though the top coat has fogged or turned a little chalky white. Can I simply sand the chalky white off and re clear coat the existing resin or do I need to go all the way down to the wood? If I can just sand a little and re coat, what grit or series of grit should I use before re coating? Any helpwould be greatly appreciated.
Last edited by tgingles; 08-04-2015 at 06:07 AM.
That's scary looking. Perhaps it is just the picture, but it almost looks like it is painted. Seems to have a green tint to it.
Think I'd pick a small out of the way spot and gently start to sand it. #180-#220 grit just to see what it does. Don't sand it deep, just clean it up. Then pour some water or alcohol on that spot and see what it looks like wet. The way it looks wet is about what you will get with a new Flo-Coat. Let us know what you get. Also posting a few more pics would help.
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