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I built a table for my outdoor patio. I am a beginner at painting, sealing ect. I applied a coat of Olympic Maximum Clear Waterproofing Sealant. I was told that was what I needed. I wanted a smooth, slick table top. So, I applied one coat, waited 24 hours and sanded with 220 sandpaper. It was still gummy. I sanded out the wood and applied another coat. Am I on the right path? I was going to go get some polyurethane and apply on top of the sealant. Will that work?
 

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I hate to break it to you, but this thread is probably going to get locked and you will most likely get banned. That being said, do a search of the archives and check out some DIY forums. Personally, if I wanted to stain a table and have a slick hard finish, I would stain it with Zar or minwax and then put 3-5 coats of either McCloskey's or Minwax spar urethane on it in your desired sheen.
 

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