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Making tung oil varnish matte?
I applied this to a table I'm refinishing:
It looks good, but it's very glossy and I'd prefer a more matte finish. Is there some way of sanding it to be less glossy?
As an aside, how long is this stuff supposed to cure? I've had the table in my garage for about 10 days now and there's only a very slight smell of the varnish when I put my nose right on the table.