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  1. Other day i used the router table and a chamfer bit. Makes for constant cuts on all boards if i understand the question right.
  2. I think I'm going to go with the sand and reapply option. I believe you are right i gave the stain about 20 hours to dry but should have waited longer its pretty cold right now in my shop too. My test board that i applied the stain to about 2 or 3 days ago did not pull off enough to effect the overall color. Need to be patience and looks like i wasn't this time. Thanks for the advice everyone.
  3. I was using a dark stain on white oak. looked great then went to use general finishes satin oil poly and pulled out a lot of the stain now it looks very light. I was thinking on the next coat to put a little stain in the general finishes to try to darken it up again. bad idea, good idea? just not as happy with the finish now.