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Posted on Removing wax sealer?

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#1 posted 1386 days ago

Your probably correct that it might be easier to remove then; I would rough the blank to basic shape first then liberally apply CA to the expose bark (non-waxed) after that has cured I would then proceed to remove the wax. At least this way you have secured the fragile natural edge and you would have less chance of accidently breaking it off during wax removal.

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