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Firewood

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#1 posted 12-08-2017 03:32 AM

A long time ago, I adopted the belief that if something happens that won’t be bothering me a year from now, why let it bother me now. So I do my best to just let it go. If the scratch “raised the grain” of the table enough, go ahead and try knocking it down with the steel wool or ??? But whatever you use, remember that it will probably leave a more noticeable shift in appearance than the scratch itself.

I too like keeping my still fairly new TS as scratch-free as possible, but the reality is time and projects will eventually give a nice patina and lots of memories.

-- Mike - Waukesha, WI


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