If you've ever made coasters, you'll know that sometimes final flood coats are unavoidable. And with flood coats comes the inevitable reality of drips and the need to sand, so what should you do? I highly recommend skipping the sanding and the tape and instead using liquid latex. Get a disposable brush and liberally apply to both the sides and half an inch strip on the bottom, directly where the drips would collect. Let it dry for an hour and then do the flood coat. Here's a little video of me removing the latex and the drips, saving me precious time and energy from sanding! <3
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