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#1 posted 10-05-2009 08:38 PM

Hey Tim
You don’t need Shellac and pre-conditioner. I think Charles Neil uses GF Honey Maple to help get a cherry color. BTW check out the article by Charles in Fine Woodworking this month. It’s a good one. Sanding the end grain to 600 is a great idea to help minimise the color difference between end grain and the rest of the piece. Can’t wait to see photos.

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