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Fixing wood with Canola Oil and Vinegar

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by powmetalbassist, Jun 10, 2013.

  1. powmetalbassist

    powmetalbassist Supporting Member

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    So I was on facebook and came across a feed from one of my friends. They said that a mixture of canola oil and vinegar could be used to fix minor blemishes in wood (dents, chips, etc.). The example given was natural wood furniture (stained or unstained). I was wondering if this would work on a bass (the neck,rbody, or rosewood fingerboard) and if its even safe to try. might try to work on some old furniture before I put my babies (basses) to the test.

    Any experience or suggestions with this?
  2. grinx

    grinx

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    maybe Bleu Cheese dressing works too?
  3. Stone Soup

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    I'm hungry. :)

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