Hello again! I've searched the threads, but can't seem to find some important details. Most are concerning sanding grit. I've at last received TruOil. I may have access to a spray gun this weekend So, the course of applying a TruOil and polyurethane finish, if I'm not mistaken: Sand the wood to smooth and remove scratches (to what grit should I sand? 600? 1000? Else?) Rid the surface of sanding dust (another problem - very fine dust seems stuck in the pores... how to get rid of them?) Pore filling (optional), leaving it to dry, then sanding to level the surface Apply and spread oil on the wood Allow it to dry for at least 2 hours Buff lightly with 00 steel wool (I haven't seen steel wool around - what should I use instead?) Repeat the two previous steps a few times Spray or wipe on polyurethane - spray light/medium coats; then allow it to cure fully Sand/buff with steel wool Repeat these a few times, as well. I need some pointers about spray finishing polyurethane with a spray gun, as well, as I couldn't find much about it. Any special things I should look out for besides applying light/medium coats, letting it cure and then buffing with steel wool? Also, what should I get that dries/cures faster? (I'd like to finish it over the next two weekends, before the weather turns too bad for outside work) Many thanks!