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    Job is complete

    Thanks to everyone for your help and advice. Brian

    HB complete.jpgFB complete.jpgFlaking.jpg
    Brian

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    That looks REALLY good!
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    The most expensive tool is the one you buy "cheaply" and often...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Becker View Post
    That looks REALLY good!
    Thanks Jim. Proud of myself. Lot of hours in bed, dresser, and two night stands, but I am pleased. Brian

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    I had to switch to linear mode to follow along. Thats looking really good. Very nice Stickley Look!
    Missouri, it's not that bad. Best Regards, Maurice

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    Brian, looks good..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert LaPlaca View Post
    Brian, looks good..
    Thanks. Brian

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maurice Mcmurry View Post
    I had to switch to linear mode to follow along. Thats looking really good. Very nice Stickley Look!
    Thanks Brian.

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    I love the final color on the headboard. Great job Brian.
    Mark McFarlane

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    That looks much better now. Next time, don't be afraid to flood the dye on. If you don't have a sprayer just use a quality spray bottle that will mist evenly. Soak the surface until it is uniformly wet then blot it all off quickly. Some of the unevenness looks like it might be due to uneven sanding. Be sure to sand evenly before starting. And raise the grain first with plain water and sand again before dying.

    Dan

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