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#1 posted 04-29-2017 05:22 PM

Don’t know much about it but if it is that soft you may have to use some hardener to get a better finish at the end. I have used sanding sealer and let it soak and harden up as I approach the final touches on some spalted turning It helps with the spongy texture. I’d say go for it if it’s not too expensive Ray. What the heck.

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