Rennie Heuer
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  • checks you might be able to shove some sliverss in the bad ones to help disguise them, then sand of. havnt finished jatoba much so dont know how it shows the grain under finish in the swirly areas use some timbermate and tint it to match
    what paper you use rennie? i was told a few years ago to use cubic zirconum by a guy that runs a furniture school in jersy or new york, alan ????
    Rennie Heuer
    Rennie Heuer
    I just spoke three days ago to the people at Klingspor. My question to them was - if I am sanding only raw, unfinished hardwoods, which paper will last me the longest. Their answer was to use their Stearate A/O paper. Less clogging, longer lasting. I was not concerned as much with the finish, just the longevity.
    Rennie,

    I've been told you're a Greene & Greene fan. I'm planning to make a picture frame that I saw in a picture of the Gamble House. I'd attach a photo, but I don't know how to do it in a message like this. But maybe you're familiar with the Gamble House stuff.

    I was thinking about using Honduras mahogany. What do you think?

    Please respond to briancorr@verizon.net

    Thanks,

    B
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