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    Thanks for the evaluation.
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    I know you believe you understand what you think I wrote, but I'm not sure you realize that what you just read is not what I meant.


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    I use it on Everything except metal . tends to go very black

    Works great on stone and horn as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by neil View Post

    Does that mean the above is now more valuable as a collectors item?
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    It's all very collectible Neil. Especially the ones for Holland with dead tree and dead fish on the label and in English, Dutch, German and French, the ones for Canada in French and English. etc, etc.
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    Sorry to dig up an old thread. I use EEE over hard shellac - very nice indeed.

    Anyhow, I've also used it with poly, but was wandering if it'd work with water based acrylic paint?......I know, I know, dont ask - in short its a temporary thing until I have time to make something proper, just wandering if it'll work?

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    Hi Elill, I reckon it would, though to be sure, you are best trying it on a test piece first, just in case.

    cheers
    Wendy

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