I was reading some very interesting information on bowl designs provided by David Chung, http://www.honoluluwoodturners.org/i...iian_bowls.htm and you know how one website links to another and so on until you're way off the subject you first started with. But it's a lot like going on a road trip and getting lost and finding some really neat place you would have missed if you had stayed on the interstate. Anyway, I ran across this website of Ron Kent's who is one oustanding woodturner. While admiring his work I found this on his techniques link http://www.ronkent.com/techniques.php. I've been a DNA guy for a few years and I've had varying luck with the process. But this sounded interesting because it provides (if it really works) more than just a crack relief solution. It seems to help with tearout and sanding also. And it's not some nasty chemical that you have to worry about.
Anyway, I was wondering if anyone else has tried it and had any second opinions. I plan on giving it a whirl myself.