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PostPosted: Wed Jun 28, 2017 6:36 pm 
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the price you paid for your car in the wood for the project, spent well over several hundred gazillion hours milling the lumber and assembling the project and finally decided on a finish that cost more than the first year of college for the kids....... and you're going to use a $2.95 brush to apply the finish...... right?....... :shock: I didn't think so. Here are some reminders from FINE WOODWORKING on a few choices you should consider as you choose the brush you're going to use.

http://www.finewoodworking.com/2010/07/ ... ight-brush

And when you're finished with the job, make sure you follow the finish mfg. instructions on how to clean up. After all, they made the finish they should know best how to clean it up :wink:

PS: The screwdriver tip at the bottom of the page is worth a look.


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