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    Step 15: Primer Seal


    Once your tiles have been sanded, clean thoroughly. Vaccum if needed to remove any dust.
    (This is also the perfect time to customize a few tiles if you like with the use of a wood burner)
    Finally, roll over the top with another coat of sanding sealer or 'wax-free shellac'. You'll also need to use a brush to work the sealer into the spaces and crevices as needed. This primer step brings out the natural color of the wood once again and preps it for your final step of sealing. If you don't do this step, the color of the wood tiles is a bit 'dead'.

      
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