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It’s time to lime (but not your lawn)
Posted on January 1, 2011 by Ed Pretty
Recently I have received requests from a few other turners for tips on using lime wax. There’s not a lot of literature on the process that I am aware of except a book that I have myself; “Colouring Techniques for Woodturners” by … Continue reading →
Posted in Colouring wood, Finishing | Tagged Lime wax, liming | 4 Comments