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This video will demonstrate how to apply Minwax Polyurethane to the replacement kitchen cabinet door which we stained in the prior video.
Stained cabinet doors are porous and will absorb polyurethane. We’ll apply a thin, very light first coat of Minwax Polyurethane. This light coat will soak into the door and also dry significantly faster than a heavier coat.
This first light coat should be applied with a fine natural-bristle brush. The natural-bristle brush will produce a finer finish than the foam brush, but at a higher cost.
Many professional finishers use diluted polyurethane for the first coat, but simply taking care to apply a light coat of un-diluted Poly will work well too.
Brushing should be in the direction of the replacement cabinet door’s grain using gentle, overlapping brush strokes.
The desired amount of Poly on each coat will become evident in a short time. Too little Poly will produce dry spots, which can be seen by looking at the finish from differing angles, to change the light reflection.
A coat of Poly that is too heavy will produce runs. The sweet spot is right between the two extremes.
After each coat of polyurethane has dried, very lightly sand the surface of the cabinet door (in the direction of the wood grain) with sandpaper of 220 to 400 grit. You are only removing tiny bubbles or bumps, so be very careful and very lightly pass the sandpaper over the surface once or twice. You don’t want to sand through your newly applied Poly.
After sanding remove any dust or sanding residue with a clean cloth.
Now you are ready for your second coat. This will be applied in the same manner as the prior coat except a little thicker. Polyurethane is somewhat self-leveling, so cabinet doors finished while lying flat will have an advantage of this self-leveling flow.
If you intend to apply a third coat then complete the light sanding and wiping process again. If this will be your last coat, then allow the Poly to set for about 48 hours and hang your new replacement cabinet doors.
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First and Foremost, Be Patient
A truly epic beard is the product of self-restraint. When you first start growing, resist the urge to trim or style, and leave it untouched for the first 4-6 weeks. This will allow the hairs to grow in evenly (some grow faster than others), and help you pick a style that suits its length and thickness.
Match Your Beard to Your Face Shape
Like any wild animal, a beard should be in-tune with its surrounding environment. Consult this handy chart after the first month of growth, and choose a final style that complements your face shape. Your beard will look better, and so will you.
Know How (and When) to Trim
Pruning is essential to a well-groomed beard—even if you plan on growing it out. Invest in a quality trimmer, and find the right technique to suit your master plan. Here are two tutorials for varying beardsmen: those growing it long, and those keeping it cropped.
Wash It Regularly
This is especially important in the early stages of growth, when trapped food and skin cells can exacerbate the itchiness. Scrub your beard several times each week with a specialized cleanser, like Billy Jealousy Beard Wash, then gently pat it dry: An overzealous toweling can lead to frizz and split ends.
Love Thy Beard Oil
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: Nothing tames a beard like regular use of beard oil. There are many varieties to choose from, in a range of manly scents, but all of them will condition hairs to make them softer and shinier. If you want to smell like a woodsman, Mr. Natty Frank’s Beard Elixir is a tried-and-true favorite.
Learn to Train Your Beard
A regular trim will maintain your chosen shape, but it’s not the only way to keep your beard in line. A daily rubdown with a comb or beard brush will wrangle stubborn hairs, training them to grow in a downward direction. You can even up the ante with a soft-hold styler, like Jao Bomade Beardscent, which lends some extra sculpting power while taming any flyways.
Don’t Forget the Mustache
Unless you’ve chosen a chinstrap—and we really hope you didn’t—growing an epic beard also means growing a mustache. To keep it looking neat, trim the area around your philtrum (the area under your nose) with a pair of grooming scissors, and keep it naturally sculpted with a medium-hold wax, like