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    Colouring wood and polishing

    Don't know if these pamphlets are of any interest. Produced by a member of UKW turning forum Formatted for double sided printing on A4.

    Colouring Technique.pdf

    Triple Mop Buffing System coloured work.pdf

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    Thank You!

    Much appreciate the post! I'm getting closer to where I want to be finishing all the time, buffing sure makes stuff puuurrty! I'm very interested in colouring wood too, with or without the "u".

    Thanks a bunch for posting the PDF's.

    Hu

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    Of much interest Chas...Thank you!
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    Neat stuff Chas. I'm afraid if I tried to do what you did there it would just end up a muddy brown

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan Mooney View Post
    Neat stuff Chas. I'm afraid if I tried to do what you did there it would just end up a muddy brown
    If I tried it, I would probably just end up with muddy fingers.

    That was an interesting read. Thanks for showing.

    Enjoy,
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    Thanks for the articles, Chas. They describe a process similar to how I've done it successfully in the past.
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