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#1 posted 12-13-2018 12:27 AM

A card scraper, while a very useful tool, must be sharpened correctly or it will be frustrating for you. I’d suggest sanding out the burn marks working from 80 → 120 → 220 grit using a sanding block the keep things flat. Simply make a block from some of your scrap wood and you,are good to go. You can speed things up a bit with a random orbit sander, but honestly it will take you longer to drive to the store and back to buy it than it will take to sand it out with a block.

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