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TGIF: Staining tip - sponge on, rag off

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10 hours ago, Cal said:

This sounds like a good tip for large projects, or even cut up for smaller ones.

 

Definitely cut up.   You can probably get 8-10 out of one of these.   Use a serrated blade knife or even better and electric knife (old upholster's technique for cutting foam)

 

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3 minutes ago, kmealy said:

 

Definitely cut up.   You can probably get 8-10 out of one of these.   Use a serrated blade knife or even better and electric knife (old upholster's technique for cutting foam)

 

would a a guillotine style paper cutter work???

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1 hour ago, kmealy said:

Definitely cut up.   You can probably get 8-10 out of one of these.   Use a serrated blade knife or even better and electric knife (old upholster's technique for cutting foam)

I use some upholstery shears, works okay. 

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3 hours ago, Stick486 said:

would a a guillotine style paper cutter work???

Been years since I've used one (but every once in a while wish I had one)   I think the last one I had at work I took to my local sharpening shop and they tuned it up for me.

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