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    Beautiful wood needs a beautiful finish

    I've been working on a 4 piece set. Getting the hardware on and out the door.
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    Beautiful job Dave. I love that style of furniture.
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    That's gorgeous! It has a wonderfully antique look to it.
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    Beautiful job as always Dave. So what did you use in the process?
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    Finished HighBoy, shellac base toned with honey ILVA dyes. Finished with Mag na Max MLC.
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    Beautiful work Dave.
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    Nicely done, I love it!

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    Looks great, Dave.
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    Thanks guys , it was a fun project.
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    Looks great Dave.
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