boomerlu Posted February 15, 2008 Report Share Posted February 15, 2008 I have a basic idea of the painting process... Seal Prime Color coats Clear coats with a lot of sanding in between to make sure everything is nice and flat when desirable (for sealer and primer). Now my question is - would you do anything different for painting over a figured (flame maple/quilt maple for example) top? I'm talking about putting on a graphic, not just staining. What would you do to preserve the figure but have it colored differently in different areas? Also, how would one remove the color from a pre-existing figured top that has been stained? How much thickness would you need to do this without totally destroying the veneer? Thanks guys Yike Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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