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#6457634 - 09/18/16 05:56 PM wood rifle stock refinishing - blotch control
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THF Trophy Hunter

Registered: 07/03/12
Posts: 5674
Loc: Central Texas
Finally! Finally, I have found a blotch control product that works. I thought I had tried em all, but not so. I bought a bunch of Hard Maple to make a toy box for a favorite Niece, and I hadn't used Hard Maple before. Blotches like crazy. Dang! I was using a dark Walnut and dark Cherry stain and the result was beyond ugly. It was as bad as an old gunstock I tried to stain a few years back. Hopeless. So...a bit of research on a woodworking forum I frequent, and it was suggested that I buy the liquid blotch controller sold by Charles Neil. So I did. Wasn't getting anywhere with anything I had tried so far. I even read the directions and applied it as outlined. And it works. I had to blend the stain darker, since the blotch controller does lessen dye penetration.

Just thought I'd share this info with you.

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#6458147 - 09/19/16 03:44 AM Re: wood rifle stock refinishing - blotch control [Re: 603Country]
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Woodsman

Registered: 06/26/14
Posts: 230
What's the exact product name? I do some woodworking and this would help a lot.

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#6458257 - 09/19/16 08:02 AM Re: wood rifle stock refinishing - blotch control [Re: 603Country]
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THF Trophy Hunter

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Pretty sure it's Charles Neil's Pre-Color Conditioner. I use it with water based dye only, though I'm sure it would work with other types of coloration. Still, I think a dye is your best choice, whether alcohol based or water based.

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