When the carpentry finish appears uneven

This carpentry issue happens due to the use if certain oil finishes. The pores present in some wood get assimilated in the amounts of oil and leaves a blotchy effect. The carpenter must be careful to avoid it before he starts finishing as after doing the finish he cannot do anything to remove it. When he starts finishing, he should use a pore filing product from the market, for example, a sandpaper sealer to fill the pores located in the wood. Always choose a finish which will remain on the surface of the wood rather than dissolving into it, for example, the varnish finish.

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