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spalted oak and others

man i really like the ca glue accelerator
got it in today and it made all the difference in the world
this firat on is spalted oak
the other 2 are walnut and amazon rosewood (the wife turned it)
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post #2 of 7 Old 12-31-2012, 01:24 PM
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Your pens are looking better every time.
Nice job

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Nice pens robert, looks like your trying to get your whole family to bangpens lol.
Are you letting the first coat of ca set on its own without the accelerator?

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Nice pens robert, looks like your trying to get your whole family to bangpens lol.
Are you letting the first coat of ca set on its own without the accelerator?
nooooo should i?
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nooooo should i?
I found the ca has time to penetrate and stick to the wood better when i dont use accelerator on the first coat or two

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I found the ca has time to penetrate and stick to the wood better when i dont use accelerator on the first coat or two
ill do that next time thanks
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