Concrete hardener apply on wood?
I started making guitars and basses myself,
but the problem is that I'm Korean and I live in Korea
where there's not a really wood worker's heaven.
I couldn't even find a wood store that deals birdseye maple.
Anyway, I bought some Buckeye burl from overseas
and I thought I would be able to get Minwax wood hardener
to stabilize it, but there's no company where deals that.
Not even other wood hardeners from other companies.
But while I was google researching, I found out that
the concrete hardener is commonly used in the construction
site in Korea.
You know, to harden the floor for the heavy vehicles
wouldn't damage it.
Then I thought, it must be just another chemical to
soak into the small holes in the concrete and gets hardened
overtime, it might work on wood!
But I don't want to ruin 100 dollars pieces of wood
to see if it works.
Is there anyone who tried this? Concrete hardener on wood?
Love your wife as much as you love your bass.
(Hopefully more than that)