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Old February 5, 2000, 09:59 PM   #3
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I agree with George (big surprise . Birchwood Casey makes some "questionable" cold bluing compounds, but Tru-Oil is their saving grace; you can apply the stuff with your finger. Let the first coat dry overnight, and the successive applications will fill the grain of the wood faster. After the grain is filled, use 0000 steel wool (or the finest grade of Scotchbrite)for a satin tone, or just let a relatively thick ("wet") coat air dry for a gloss finish. Good Luck!- Dakotan
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