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Forum topic by steve posted 417 days ago 990 views 1 time favorited 2 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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steve

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417 days ago

I use it exclusively on all my projects. (“I” feel)—it’s the best wax I ever used.

Just wanted to put this GREAT wax out there for others to try.

I get it at http://www.shellac.net/goddards-cabinetmakers-paste-wax.html

It’s not available in U.S. stores (as far as I know)

-- steve/USA


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Clint Searl

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#1 posted 414 days ago

The furniture you’ve posted is nicely designed and executed. I hope they’re finished with more than paste wax.

-- Clint Searl.............We deserve what we tolerate

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#2 posted 414 days ago

ha…yes.
Oh! (exclusively) I get it…I meant that I haven’t used any other brands since I got the Goddards.
On theDresser, Bdrm set:
I used Watco natural danish oil (let dry 4 days), then Arm-r-seal semi-gloss (2 sanded coats, 1 final), then Goddards, thanks for asking & clarifying that for others too, thnx for the compliment on my pieces.

-- steve/USA

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