Nov 21, 2018 3:43 pm
I painted a feature wall in my house with Dulux Concrete Effect and was quite happy with the result. I then sealed it with Bergers Jet Dry Stone and Paving Sealer in natural finish and it looks horrible. The sealer bubbled up and left a crappy glossy finish over the surface - not what I wanted or was expecting.
So I now want to strip it back to re-do. What grit sandpaper should I use to sand back the sealer?
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