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    Unhappy sun tan trouble

    well can we do anything to fix a tan line on a cherry cabinet,,yup the shop build put me in trouble i had a cherry cabinet in progress and had lain some parts across its inner area well when i moved it to the new shop the parts were moved and there it was a tan line where i dont want it.... can i just let the sun get at it to blend it back?
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    yes, you can put it in direct sunlight for a few days and it`ll come close to hiding the line....or you can blue tape the line and expose the pink wood to uv rays but it`s not an exact science so you`d need to check it every coupla hours when it starts getting close........good news is that after exposure to the light for a few months the piece will blend even under finish.
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    Exclamation WHEW

    thaks tod i thought it would but the way my luck has ben runnin i figured i would ask fer sure.. will have plenty of sun to get ewhr back to the norm then//
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    well can we do anything to fix a tan line on a ...........cherry cabinet?
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    Hey boss, I got some Hawaiian tropic tanning lotion I can lend ya....coconut scent not cherry though....
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    naw ya to willum steve,, got nuff sweet smellun stuff around in the shop alredy..when i walk in the shop just says ahhhhhh! it likes me. gonna have tunes soon steve got one tempary but not ready to rock and roll yet.
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    Do you have a CD player out in the shop?
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    nope bt looun fer one

    lookun fer one steve, a good used one that would handle 3 cd so i wouldnt have to change so often would be nice.. got an spares layin around???? can plug into the kenwood receiver and crank sum tunes
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