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    what's better?

    using a filler/sealer.........beeswax, rottenstone....etc

    or the wet sanding method?

    anyone tried both?

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    I was researching this a while back and found that every other custom stock maker has his own version of what to do. Very confusing. :< Would like to get some lumps of walnut offcuts and experiment myself when time permits though.

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    Using sealer is the easy route. Wet sanding, uses the wood fibers from your stock to fill the pores. This is HARD, TIMEconsuming work.

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    Urubus
    I tried wet sanding. Works well but requires elbow grease and patience and the blend must be perfect.
    Pop me a mail, I'll explain

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