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RE: Application on Wood Grain12/31
To highlight the effect of the wood grain for the customer to look at before finishing, what is an inexpensive liquid to put on?
I realize that water is the cheapest liquid to show the grains of the wood, but I donít want to damage the wood and raise the grain again.
Does anybody have any inexpensive liquid to apply that will not create more work for me?
Denatured Alcohol is what is usually used.
Mineral spirits, paint thinner, naphtha will work too.
Evaporates quickly, leaves nothing behind.
Itís helpful for looking for dried glue before staining as well.