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Wonderful. The marble is excellent, but it needs a gloss coat to be convincing. Brush on Future or gloss varnish, or tape the sides and spray with a spray gloss.

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Good call, I added a couple of coats of Citadel ‘Ardcoat to the marble top of the alter and it looks much better now. Thanks.

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How did you paint the flat top of the table?

 

I hate painting flat! :upside:

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