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Step 1 The room where you are going to varnishIf you need to varnish wood it is important for the room where it is been going to accomplish the work to be well airedFailing that the varnishs vapors can cause headache for you and also vomitsAlso it is advisable for the level of humidity and of temperature its of middle rate that means that not be heat neither be coldIf the environment is cold or humid the varnish does not liquefy enough and its extension on the surface is not clean leaving traces of brush strokesIf on the contrary temperature is high the varnish will dries up more rapidly of its normal and there will not be a homogeneous surfaceIf not is possible to get the middle temperature then you are preferable search a varnish adapted the environmental conditionsStep 2 Preparing the wood surfaceWhether wood is not varnished neither painted it is necessary to sandpaper it with a fine sandpaper to leave it softest possibleWith a sander will save work if not you have one used a piece of cork or wood with sandpaper around This makes the sanding easier and more uniformImportant Always it is necessary to sandpaper the wood in the direction of the veinWhen the wood surface is sandpapered clean you all of the impurities caused by the sandpapered with an aspirator for after spending a humid cloth and leaving the completely clean woodThis is important because otherwise the impurities are not removed are impregnated into the brush and will distribute over the surface of the woodIf the wood to varnish is not newWood with the previous varnish in good condition We cleaned and apply varnishWood with paint or varnish in bad repairWe must eliminate it completely We will get it by means of a heat gun or with a paint stripperStep 3 Application of primerWhen the wood is new the first application dry up rapidly sealing all
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