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Old October 16, 2010, 01:35 PM   #2
Scorch
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When you decide you have the finish you want, recut the checkering, then put a light coat of finish in the checkering with a fine paintbrush or toothbrush, then put a very light coat on the whole stock to avoid having to blend lines later. The checkered wood will soak up the finish you put in it while still retaining sharpness of the points.
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