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Posted on Grain filler used with Ammonia fuming quartersawn white oak?

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#1 posted 09-14-2017 01:35 PM

Thanks guys. For my test board I used a grain filler method from an old FWW magazine, which called for boiled linseed oil and 4f fine ground pumice stone. I’m not sure if that will prevent the ammonia from fuming, but I’ll do another test board that is fumed first and then try the BLO and pumice. I’ll also try the danish oil and slurry. But I’m afraid I’d feel sick to my stomach to pay $55 for a quart of the Goodfilla!

Splintergroup, do you scrape/wipe the danish oil slurry off before letting it dry as with other grain filling techniques? And do you sand between applications?

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