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      Re: bleaching bass wood carvings

      This sounds like a great idea. I'll put in our suggestions box/list to be considered for a future article.

      Thanks for the input!

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        Re: bleaching bass wood carvings

        What kind of bleach do you people use on basswood? How many coats?
        Jim McKinney

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          Re: bleaching bass wood carvings

          Go to the paint/stain sectin of your local home center and look for wood bleach. Comes in two parts. Follow direcitons. Works good.

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            Re: bleaching bass wood carvings

            Thanks. I will do that. I've been told it makes a better white than white paint. I will give it a try.
            Jim McKinney

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