Thu, Jan 24, 2008, 5:11pm (EST+5) firstname.lastname@example.org
(Highland Pairos) doth sayeth:
I used Bob Flexner's method on some oak. (I am finishing the pieces at
this moment). He calls for black aniline dye followed by black pigment
stain. I used both and these pieces are VERY black. The test pieces that
I did look really good when I clear coated them.
I've been trying various colors for my chess set. Thinned latex
paint does quite nice, especially considering it was on plywood. I
think it could look even better with a bit of experimenting, especially
with different woods. Coffee worked very nicely, makes a very nice
color, except it takes a lonnnng time to try, like about 3 weeks. I'd
like to fine some black Turtle Wax shoepolish to try, the neutral does
very nice; however, apparently they don't make it any more, all I find
is Kiwi, and it doesn't do well on wood at all. Personally I would
think neutral would look best on turtles.
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