--I'm taking a whack at box making; last night I left something
gluing up with a square in place to make sure it cured to an accurate angle.
But I'd sponged the joint first, so some moisture got trapped under the foot
of the square and by morning there was a nice black stain there. Sooo aside
from sanding the crap out of it is there a way to remove the stain?
"Steamboat Ed" Haas : Before the last "election"
Hacking the Trailing Edge! : a fifty was a twenty...
Iron stains come out with oxalic acid (sold as wood bleach or
wood cleaner); it is slow to act, and needs to be kept damp,
so I usually wad a bit of paper towel up and saturate it with
oxalic/water solution. Leave on the spot overnight, then
rinse and give it a day or two to dry.
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