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Jamie243AI, keith, SKB, susjwp
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#595756 04/20/2021 6:06 PM
by Jamie243AI
Jamie243AI
What is everyone’s preferred method to use? Is it felt pad and BLO? Some other sort of cloth and BLO or other oil?
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#595897 Apr 22nd a 05:48 PM
by Woodreaux
Woodreaux
Originally Posted by Joe Wood
Steve has been permanently banned from this site due to inflammable comments towards others.

I was under the impression that he decided not to return after the temporary suspension he and a few others incurred. Maybe I missed something. Anyway, it's a shame he doesn't post on here anymore, since he was unquestionably a great resource, regardless of inflammable or inflammatory comments.
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#595781 Apr 21st a 12:20 AM
by Stanton Hillis
Stanton Hillis
I found that Birchwood Casey Stock Sheen & Conditioner cuts that high gloss shine back very well. I used it on a glossy, refinished Fox a couple years ago and was pleased. Up until it was suggested to me I didn't even know what the purpose of the product was. It was very easy to use.

I know that doesn't directly address your question about rottenstone but, just trying to help.

Stan
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#595892 Apr 22nd a 03:28 PM
by Joe Wood
Joe Wood
Originally Posted by susjwp
Stephen Dodd Hughes has a chapter or pamphlet, posted on this site some time ago and searchable via Google, in which he has photos and discusses how he used rottenstone in finishing a gun stock. Well worth reading. SDH is a poster on this site. Maybe he will chime in. Good luck.

Steve has been permanently banned from this site due to inflammable comments towards others.
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