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Old 15th June 2005, 04:49 PM   #41
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HMmmmmmmmmm and if i STILL dont like it i can sand it back to plain wood again start fresh. Good call on the au naturel
easier said than done, but yet.
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Old 15th June 2005, 05:40 PM   #42
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Two companies to look at for a wide variety of professional wood finishing supplies are STAR and Mohawk in fact “wood finish supply” has a clearance sale on some STAR products this month, June 2005, you might check out their list in case you can’t find the supplies locally http://www.woodfinishsupply.com/StarBase.html

The STAR company lists their distributors at http://www.starfinishing.com/distributor.asp
used to be commercial sales only but their distributors can sell to the individual hobbyist now.

and Mohawk at http://www.mohawk-finishing.com/dist_lookup.asp
I believe both companies are owned by RPM now.
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Old 15th June 2005, 06:30 PM   #43
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Oil based pigments doesn`t work well mixed with shellac.

As dhendryp stated, alcohol soluble aniline dyes works fine, for best results make the first and last steps without the dye.

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Sorry, i misspelled dhenryp
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Incompatible does not mean it cannot coexist. .
It sounded to me like you were saying they don't mix when in fact that's exactly how you get petroleum and water to mix.

My apologies if that's not what you were saying.
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