Worked well and easy to apply
Mono coat is extremely easy to apply. The easiest of all finishes I have tried without a doubt. I was making Large Cookie coffee tables. By using these products I ended up with a beautiful piece with a smooth satin surface. I experimented a lot and found that 120 grit will not remove the imperfections in the surface sufficient for table tops. With a lot of sanding you can get the tiny imperfections out at 180-220 grit using a vacuum system. Even the pigtails. The color of the wood grain still popped out at those grits. I tried up to 400 grit on a sample piece and the color is subdued and absorption of the product is subdued so I wouldn’t go past 220 or 240 whatever you have. I then let it dry 48 hours in a room above 60 degrees and applied the Universal Oil and it just enhanced the Satin sheen and evened out the minor variations in the surface appearance. You can use Rubio on a raw sanded wood table top that has an epoxy river down the middle. It just doesn’t stick or absorb into the Epoxy. I slowly sand the Epoxy ONLY up to 3000 and it is crystal clear.
excellent. went on easy and looks amazing