Wow! It's looking better and better everyday. Keep up the good work. It's easy for me to say since I don't have to do it. LOL
Only two hours, I'm impressed.It looks beautiful.
Walt put the second coat down this morning. It took him just over an hour. The wood didn't drink this coat the way it drank up the first one.Tomorrow, I'm going to go around the edges of the room with a brush and some polyurethane to get the places that couldn't be reached with the roller.
Looks splendid ... a full strike for Walt! :)
Looks beautiful! At this rate, you'll be finished and furnished by next weekend.
KenDid you have to sand the first coat a bit (then vacuum and clean) before applying the second coat?
Gorgeous! What lovely wood! The room is so inviting :))Judy
The Beaver, thanks for thetissu collant sec term:))Judy
TB, no, we didn't sand between coats. Since the first coat was almost entirely absorbed into the wood... On the tin of vitrificateur, it says: « Pour un rendu parfait, poncer légèrement au papier fin (320) entre les couches. » I guess we won't have a « rendu parfait »! We are not such perfectionists.Judy, look at this site and you'll see the term « lingettes dépoussiérantes » for tack cloth.
What a transformation from the beginning! It looks great.
Very, very nice!!BettyAnn
Ken, yet another instance of the Quebeckers and the Frenchies having their own terms :) I wonder what the Brits call tack cloth?Judy
Wow, you've done a fantastic job!
Bravo, c'est superbe ! Un vrai parquet de... danse, lol !!! Bises :-) Mary/Marie from Normandy, France
Yes, Marie, it does look like a dance floor. Maybe we should invite friends and neighbors and do some line dancing.
What's on your mind? Qu'avez-vous à me dire ?