- - Black Sand Back
|kjohnsting ||03-06-2013 02:45 PM |
Black Sand Back
I'm looking for advise on a oil wax finish. I have a AAAA quilted maple bass. I plan to completely removing the poly and finish with oil-wax. But I was thinking would it be worth doing a black sand back on the quilted maple before the oil to make the quilting stand out? I don't plan on doing a color.
|awilkie84 ||03-06-2013 03:04 PM |
If you're not doing a colour, I think black would be a bad choice. Maybe a brown a few shades darker than the natural wood.
|kjohnsting ||03-06-2013 03:10 PM |
So instead of doing an uncolored oil wax, possibly doing a light brown stain after the black sand back? Then apply the oil then wax it?
|awilkie84 ||03-06-2013 03:46 PM |
You could use the brown stain instead of the black for the sand back. It would give it a somewhat more natural pop.
Kind of like this:
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