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  • MacS

    I'm happy that you guys are enjoying the articles.


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  • bearfretworks
    More great stuff Mac!!! Thanks.

    Originally posted by Mac
    ...... but what about you with 1,749 posts? I know, your full of it too. (lol)
    And you got that right too

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  • Rivari
    Mac keep it coming, I've almost got enough stuff to justify a 3 ring binder just on your advice alone!

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  • MacS

    Yep, I sure am, but what about you with 1,749 posts? I know, your full of it too. (lol)

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  • lucky788scroller
    Another artical!! Your just full of it huh mac? Dale

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    started a topic Another finishing article - "fuming or staining"

    Another finishing article - "fuming or staining"

    Fuming, is a very popular finishing technique that is used to "chemically" color the woods.

    This article shows how I duplicated fumed colors by mixing pigmented colorants to match the fumed colors.

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