I'm new to making boards and tried adding a final layer of wax for extra slickness, per a video I watched, but accidentally pulled up some polyurethane. I'm making these for my friend and don't want to let him down. Now I'm stuck and don't know what to do. Can I just use the same 320 or 220 grit paper and lightly sand down the wax and reapply a few more coats of the water-based polyurethane or is this going to complicate things more? What should I do at this point?
I'm not fully understanding. Once the boards are painted, the next step would be the Minwax, which is a polyacrylic finish. Please explain what process you used that involves polyurethane as well as wax. I want to make sure I give proper advice, but I'm not sure what layers are currently on there and in what order.
Updated on November 5, 2019