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Small shadows can spell big problems
After the primer dries overnight, sand the large, flat faces using 220-grit abrasive on a random-orbit sander or a hand block. Hand-sand the smaller areas, and use a sanding sponge or profile block on routed profiles. Use a light, as shown, to spot any flaws in the primed surface. Shining a light parallel with a primed surface creates shadows that signal finish flaws. Sand and reprime these areas as needed.
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