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1. [100.00%] Finishing for First-Timers
want the wood to look its absolute best. It helps keep the original quality hold up as long as possible. 12-20-2011, 11:01 AM Dublin21 Sanding is absolutely necessary because it makes the wood feel reborn and
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2. [87.50%] Finishing for First-Timers
If youve never put brush to bare wood (or youd like a refresher), learn how to greatly improve your chances of success. By Bob Flexner Its one thing to describe finishing steps to an experienced finisher. Its quite another to teach someone
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3. [87.50%] Finishing for First-Timers
If youve never put brush to bare wood (or youd like a refresher), learn how to greatly improve your chances of success. By Bob Flexner Its one thing to describe finishing steps to an experienced finisher. Its quite another to teach someone
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4. [87.50%] Finishing for First-Timers
If youve never put brush to bare wood (or youd like a refresher), learn how to greatly improve your chances of success. By Bob Flexner Its one thing to describe finishing steps to an experienced finisher. Its quite another to teach someone
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5. [87.50%] Finishing for First-Timers
If youve never put brush to bare wood (or youd like a refresher), learn how to greatly improve your chances of success. By Bob Flexner Its one thing to describe finishing steps to an experienced finisher. Its quite another to teach someone
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6. [87.50%] Finishing for First-Timers
If youve never put brush to bare wood (or youd like a refresher), learn how to greatly improve your chances of success. By Bob Flexner Its one thing to describe finishing steps to an experienced finisher. Its quite another to teach someone
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7. [87.50%] Finishing for First-Timers
If youve never put brush to bare wood (or youd like a refresher), learn how to greatly improve your chances of success. By Bob Flexner Its one thing to describe finishing steps to an experienced finisher. Its quite another to teach someone
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8. [87.50%] Finishing for First-Timers
If youve never put brush to bare wood (or youd like a refresher), learn how to greatly improve your chances of success. By Bob Flexner Its one thing to describe finishing steps to an experienced finisher. Its quite another to teach someone
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9. [87.50%] Finishing for First-Timers
If youve never put brush to bare wood (or youd like a refresher), learn how to greatly improve your chances of success. By Bob Flexner Its one thing to describe finishing steps to an experienced finisher. Its quite another to teach someone
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10. [87.50%] Finishing for First-Timers
If youve never put brush to bare wood (or youd like a refresher), learn how to greatly improve your chances of success. By Bob Flexner Its one thing to describe finishing steps to an experienced finisher. Its quite another to teach someone
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