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    hi dee guys......this may be old news tosome of you but I thought id pass it along
    anyway.....after cutting frets on various kinds of woods there are lots of fuzzies on the back side....awful hard and time consuming to sand off......unless .....you get out your trusty butane pencil torch and burn them off.....its like magic...they just disapear....you can be careful not to scorch the wood if its gonna show by keeping the torch moving fast...just my lil t c w....try it....you'll like it

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    Originally posted by jreece View Post
    hi dee guys......this may be old news tosome of you but I thought id pass it along
    anyway.....after cutting frets on various kinds of woods there are lots of fuzzies on the back side....awful hard and time consuming to sand off......unless .....you get out your trusty butane pencil torch and burn them off.....its like magic...they just disapear....you can be careful not to scorch the wood if its gonna show by keeping the torch moving fast...just my lil t c w....try it....you'll like it
    Make sure your work piece is on a flat surface so the heat doesn't get to the front side. I also use that method to help darken the inside of cuts if the piece isn't to be stained.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by oily View Post
      I also use that method to help darken the inside of cuts if the piece isn't to be stained.
      But then someone might mistake it for being laser cut.

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      • #4
        good tip, i will have to try it out! thanks


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        • #5
          Been there, done that and scorched my workbench...but a good technique especially for very delicate fretwork. I now prefer to use a RT blade for very delicate cuttings or to stack cut with a sacrificial 1/16" bottom layer.

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          • #6
            Hey Guys n Gals.... Long ago when I began....3 years ago.... I DID experiment with using a torch to get rid of the lil fuzzies. THEN....it worked good....BUT....Hey I was introduced to FLYING DUTCHMAN blades.... Been using them for most of last year till now and cut different types of woods and using the FD-UR #3-#5-#7 there is just VERY, VERY Little use for using the Butane torch. Mine is collecting cob webs. LOL Anyway....Danny :+}

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            • #7
              When YOU RIGHT YOU RIGHT!Cobwebs can be cured ,put it in a bag!
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