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    Steve Southwood eyes only lol

    Here ya go steve. This is an awesome finish when done
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    Thanks Dave, I am sure I am the only one who is seeing it
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    I closed my eyes.
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    Seeing what?
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    Steve if your going to give this a go and need advice let me know, I like using wax instead of varnish at the finial to seal.

    If any tries this please post some pic's I don't have any because the job was done BC
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    What I don't understand is why they mention the right and the left side of moulding? I guess it is the language barrier. I can understand that one is for the oil stain and the other for the oil glaze but I think I'm missing some info.
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    Tony that was for making a sample with two different formulas to achieve the same finish, with slightly different looks. .

    I have a lot of formulas for wood gaining if anyone wants to try it.
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    OK Dave will let you know
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Hawksford View Post
    Tony that was for making a sample with two different formulas to achieve the same finish, with slightly different looks. .

    I have a lot of formulas for wood gaining if anyone wants to try it.
    Thanks Dave. I didn't understand that part. Now I know.

    What is wood gaining BTW? Finishing?
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    Faux wood. Painting something to look like a particular wood.
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