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Karda

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#1 posted 07-16-2019 05:56 PM

thanks for the suggestion, I am doing some, I have done the saran, and baging with shavings. I started rounding my lips because Jimmy Clews said it is a draw. People are attracted to a rounded edge over a flat one. My biggest problem is keeping them in the shavings long enough. If I run out of things to turn guess where I go. Another thing I am going to try is turning to finish then wrap in saran for about 10 – 14 day then let air dry. A utber reed gray does that and is quite successful at it .He says he gets warping but seldom cracks. He did a video on that subject


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