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#1 posted 12-28-2012 03:55 PM

A modern twist on japanning is possible. If you want more information on japanning, make sure to check out the comments in the blog, there are some good links found by other LJers. For starting out I would definitely recommend the Ford engine enamel that Don uses.

Good old Johnson’s paste wax works well for protecting the metal.

Welcome to the dark side of planes and restoring. There is no return.

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