This is so off the wall, I cannot wait for C-less to chime in, but...
As some of you have seen, I am working on a small cherry clock right now. On
my last cherry clock I did lye dye job and I really liked the deep red
cherry look, as did the person I gave the clock to. This time though, I am
treading heavily on the Shaker tradition and I think I might end up getting
haunted if I dye the clock with lye.
I know someone who owns a tanning bed and I was wondering if I put the clock
on the tanning bed for a period of time if it would age the cherry quickly?
Seeing as the sun is soon to never rise again here in the GWN until spring
again, I don't have the option of just leaving it outdoors on sunny days for
a week like youse guys down south do.
Any other options for artificially quickening the darkening process of
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