Wax wood staff staining.

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RJ McKeehan
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Wax wood staff staining.

Postby RJ McKeehan » Wed Nov 03, 2010 3:05 pm

It is possible, and I have done it! I'll probably post up pictures after it's fully finished drying, but either way I'll bring it to practice to show everyone today. I'm happy it turned out how it did. Now hopefully it doesn't have some weird effects like rubbing off on my hands if i use it for a long practice or something. I don't think it will since I put 4 coats of sealant on haha!
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Re: Wax wood staff staining.

Postby Myles Cupp » Thu Nov 04, 2010 9:42 am

I thought the results you showed us last night were quite impressive.
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Re: Wax wood staff staining.

Postby RJ McKeehan » Thu Nov 04, 2010 2:05 pm

Thanks Myles. Initial testing by Johnathan doing a little training with it shows that my clear tends to have a whitish hue wherever hit... but it's not bad. I want to really do some hard practice with it and see how it holds up.
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