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I put down about 10 coats of Birchwood-Casey Tru-oil. After that set up I then decided to spray it with about six coats of satin finish Deft nito-cellulose laquer. Buffed it out with 000 steel wool and 3M Scotch Brite white pads. It came out better than I could ever imagine. The thing that gave me the biggest headache was getting my headstock decal buried.
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roncarr wrote:@ Coda, It says "Carr-Tunes" It's kind of a a play of words on my last name which the first four letters are "Carr" and Carvin. As i mentioned in my original post that's what gave me the most grief...getting the decal buried.
Very creative! (as i act like 21 months hasn't passed since your prompt reply... )
I hope she's still treating you well!
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That came out great! Gotta love those kits!
And you're still loving it(of course, how could you NOT?)
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