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Re: Mayonnaise on heat marks

Posted By: James Schooley (pmspen1-117.rconnect.com)
Date: 5/6/3 00:03

In Response To: Mayonnaise on heat marks (Maureen)

I suppose the maynnaiose might work here too, I use a more extreme method. I try to liquify the shellac with painters alcohol and a fine spray from a "mist spray bottle" but do so sparingly. The finish must be very clean, (paint thinner work well to remove old wax) and lightly scuffed with 0000 steel wool is a good idea prior, so as to remove polutants. I dust on the finest spray over the whole surface and add alittle where the problem persists. After a little drying time repeat if needed. This is a method for removing moisture from the finish, once the blush is gone recoat with a fresh coat of shellac, allow three days to dry, scuff with 0000 steel wool, wax and polish.

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