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Old November 23, 2021, 12:02 AM   #3
Colorado Redneck
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I assume the white line is the spacer between the forearm and the rosewood tip and the same with the cap. Are you wet sanding with Truoil? If so, the sanding dust from the wood is becoming part of the finish. You might have to remove the finish by dry sanding, at least in the area of the spacers, and use mineral spirits to clean up the white part. I have a walnut stock by Richard's that I finished. I wet sanded with Truoil to fill in the pores in the wood. The spacers are a light bronze color, as it made no esthetic difference to me if they weren't white.
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