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Too far to go to Woodcraft in Portsmouth NH?

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12 hours ago, Gene Howe said:

For Minwax? IMO, a block is too far.

That's my opinion as well, but the brand still seems to have a lot of fans (or, at least, users).

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21 hours ago, Russboyd said:

Sherwinn williams sells minwax. That being said....try Sherwood classic stain. Much better product with more open time to rub it in and better performance over all.



Thanks for the tip Russ, I will check them out.

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17 hours ago, Roly said:

Glad to hear from you Russ.    Drop back more often with photos of your work.   Roly

especially the photos...

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