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Old 01-31-2018, 09:12 AM   #11 (permalink)
 
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MINWAX WBOM Polyurethane using my Dipping Method works for me.
An easy to apply, consistent finish that is as durable as any CA finish.

Les
Just read through your method in the library and I'm intrigued to try this. Do you use anything to hold the blank to the dowel while dipping other than a friction fit with the ID of the barrel?
Friction fit only.

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MINWAX WBOM Polyurethane using my Dipping Method works for me.
An easy to apply, consistent finish that is as durable as any CA finish.

Les


Iíll have to check out your methodology. My interest is piqued. I had never considered it before. Thanks for the comment.


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Find an article by Frank Whiton called classic gunstock finish. I have been using a similar process on game calls for decades.


I will check it out.


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