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Re: [MedievalSawdust] Re: Sanding Sealer, was Hatred for the evergreen.

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  • AlbionWood
    ... Check the label, though - drug store rubbing alcohol is usually about 30% water. Which might be OK for dyes, but I wouldn t want it in my shellac. And it
    Message 1 of 9 , Feb 11, 2007
      Tracy Swanson wrote:
      > A cheaper way to obtain isopropyl alcohol is at the drug store - it is
      > rubbing alcohol. I have used it on many occasions to even out the
      > color when using aniline dyes. Works very well and is less than many
      > specialty and paint stores charge.

      Check the label, though - drug store rubbing alcohol is usually about
      30% water. Which might be OK for dyes, but I wouldn't want it in my
      shellac. And it means the price isn't quite so good after all.

      Cheers,
      Colin
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