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Posted on AFRICAN MAHOGANY FUZZIES HELP

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#1 posted 09-30-2012 11:46 PM

I ponder if going over the wood with a fairly damp cloth to raise the grain and then lightly sanding with 250 or 280 grit paper before applying the shellac would have prevented this problem.

I haven’t run into the fuzziness but I first fill the pores, level, color with a water-based dye, lightly sand, and then hand-rub shellac when using mahogany.

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