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#1 posted 03-03-2021 04:50 PM

There are at least 2 place in Anchorage that carry Old Master’s products. Rodda Paint Co. – Anchorage is where I found the Old masters Armor. The other place, Curtis & Campbell in Anchorage has carried it for some time. Back in 2011 when doing the Bloodwood kitchen I bought Old masters stain from them. The stain instead of being water thin was more like a pea soup. I used that stain to make some mock bloodwood .

The small board is the old masterCrimson Fire stain

This is what I use it for.

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