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help with wood stain needed

Discussion in 'Luthier's Corner' started by geddyfan, Dec 23, 2002.


  1. While glueing the wings on a ricenbacker reproduction I used my table saw as a glueing surface and the wood absorbed a blue stain from the iron in the table I used wax paper underneath it but it still bled.Any suggestionns on removing this stain besides sanding?I was going to finish it fireglo but it's looking black if I can't get the stain out.Any help would be greatly appriciated!Thanks Brian