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    Has anyone used water soluble aniline dye stains ? Saw them on woodworker .com.
    1 oz. makes 1-2qrts
    Would these be good for crafts, puzzles etc. ? Would they be child safe? Thanks.

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    They do work pretty good however since they are water based they do raise the grain of the wood depending upon species. Yes they are child safe once cured.
    "Still Montana Mike"

    "Don't worry about old age--it doesn't last that long."
    Mike's Wood-n-Things LLC

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      The water base works pretty good but as Mike mentioned it will raise the grain of the wood but they do have the dye that you mix with denatured alcohol and it will not raise the grain. Most finishes are safe once they are fully cured.
      Tim

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