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#1 posted 04-06-2009 02:37 AM

I’m not a professional finisher- and don’t even play one on TV- but maybe you could try to lightly reapply some of the stain- and immediately wiping it off completely without time to really penetrate. Maybe a couple of cycles of stain/wipe off may match the color. I would leave the stain dry between cycles to allow for any color change during drying.

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