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It will not be easy to fix that. There are a lot of different kinds of polyurethane formulations. It is probably a thermoplastic, meaning no solvent is going to work. You can try using acetone on the edges. The other thing you can try is to get an iron and a thin cloth and then carefully iron over the spots using the swatch of cloth as a protector.


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Yes this is totally fine, there's no issue using waterbased stain followed by a finish with a different base, and in fact it's actually quite normal to do this1. Often we ask about specific products when they haven't been named in the Question but it doesn't matter in this case — any oil-based finish, including straight oil, blended finishes like "...


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I'm surprised there isn't already Q&A for this, but I could not find it. (It also occurs to me that I may be assuming you are talking about a final "top-coat" finish on top of a water-based polyurethane style finish. You might be talking about a water-based penetrating stain that you want to top-coat with an oil-based product. Please clarify in ...


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