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LittleShaver

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#1 posted 01-27-2018 03:44 PM

Might I suggest shellac? Easy to apply, easy to renew, easy to remove the glue drips that happen. I have an old patternmakers bench and that’s what they used. If it was good enough for a pattern maker, it’s good enough for me. When it starts looking bad, a few passes with a card scraper evens things up and I hit it with a quick coat of shellac (usually the bottom of a can from another project).

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