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Please help me to understand something. In case of such a surface or bigger, it is better to varnish and tipping on two parts as you show us, or I can do it on one step: first with roller on the whole surface, after tipping with brush the whole surface. So, I would like to understand is there a concept/better to split the finishing jobs on parts?
I guess that depends on how big a surface you are talking about and how quickly you can get it covered. Bear in mind that the longer you continue to "play with the varnish" for, the more you are eating into the time in which it has to flow out. I would generally recommend working in small sections as I do towards the end of the video. The other benefit to doing it this way is that it allows you to slow down the pace so that you are not rushing to get the whole surface covered and tipped before it starts to set up.