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Old October 7, 2012, 09:03 PM   #14
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I think that I need to retract my advice on the finish. I was talking about more of a replacement of a finish, rather than cleaning up an existing finish. If a person didn't want to damage an original finish, with original markings, in order to maintain a historical value, then the approach that scorch recommended is preferable to what I suggested. However, if you did want a new finish, then my suggestions are unchanged.

For the sake of information, the original finish on the stock would most likely have been BLO or possibly Tung Oil.
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