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Thread: Knife 2 - The Malibu Skinner - WIP

  1. #61
    Quote Originally Posted by Smallshop View Post
    Nailed the color "combo" on the scales/liners. Beautiful wood choices! Can't wait to see it finished.
    Thanks!! I'm gonna work on it in a couple hours.... prob until daylight lol. It has to be in "customer's" hands Saturday at noon. But I don't really care about that lol... I really just want to see what it looks like when finished too. I'm hoping that the wood cleans up nicely... fingers crossed. Thank you all again for looking and helping.


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  2. #62
    I can't get the satin wood clean. Any thoughts???







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  3. #63
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    White eraser. It works really well for cleaning light colored woods.
    IMG_20170622_214917396.jpg
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  4. #64
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    If the wood won't clean, you can sand it again by hand. You have plenty of material thickness- it will be unnoticeable if you remove enough wood to get rid of the stains. Tip: have a clean cotton wheel separate from the ones you put the compound on. Whenever you buff handles, only use the clean cotton wheel.

  5. #65
    Great tips! I will certainly try both of these techniques.

    Quote Originally Posted by John Wilson View Post
    If the wood won't clean, you can sand it again by hand. You have plenty of material thickness- it will be unnoticeable if you remove enough wood to get rid of the stains. Tip: have a clean cotton wheel separate from the ones you put the compound on. Whenever you buff handles, only use the clean cotton wheel.
    Quote Originally Posted by Ty Adams View Post
    White eraser. It works really well for cleaning light colored woods.
    IMG_20170622_214917396.jpg



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  6. #66
    Ok number two is in the books! Thanks for all the help!!!







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