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    Varnishing (finished wood)

    Thanks for your good advice 'JobAndKnock'.....much appreciated!
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    Varnishing (finished wood)

    Hi There, I've just made a stand out of finished wood and decided to varnish it. Using a tin of Antique pin that I had already ...and thinking that I'd Done the right thing by testing the varnish on some off-cuts. I Thought it was ok but alas it was not! It seemingly was 'Off' ...I ended up...
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    The fixing of wooden parts on an old Victorian clock

    Yes Bourbon, the old glue is completely removed. The bits are very clean and dry. Thanks for getting in touch.
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    The fixing of wooden parts on an old Victorian clock

    Sounds possible and I will weigh up if this is possible. Just a bit worried about tapping the pins in to other bits surrounding the affected areas in case I knock those off too. Again, Many Thanks for your help and I appreciate you taking the time to help out.
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    The fixing of wooden parts on an old Victorian clock

    mmmmm? A device for tightening a rope or cable by twisting it using a stick as a lever!.......I'll have to have a look into that too! -Many Thanks again.
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    The fixing of wooden parts on an old Victorian clock

    That's good to know JobAndKnock and I'll look into that. The main proviso' is the fact that I can't use a clamp and therefore something that is fast setting would be ideal. Many Thanks -Appreciated!
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    The fixing of wooden parts on an old Victorian clock

    Thanks for that. Yes, I'll check out the Araldite website. Cheers again.
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    The fixing of wooden parts on an old Victorian clock

    Hi There, On a couple of occasions I've used wood glues to affix small wooden decor bits that have fallen off an old wooden wall clock not long after it came into my possession from a place where it had hung for decades, but they are not staying on (some are 6 inches or so long}. It is...
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    Stains appearing above knots on gloss paintwork

    Thanks all for the useful information. After sanding off the paint at the knot sites, I was pleasantly surprised to find that the Zinsser B-I-N paint treatment was 'white' (for some reason I expected it to be a Brown solution) and it was great to apply. Again, Many Thanks.
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    Stains appearing above knots on gloss paintwork

    That's very useful to know, ta very much
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    Stains appearing above knots on gloss paintwork

    That's really useful! Many Thanks for all that
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    Stains appearing above knots on gloss paintwork

    Hi There, I've just rubbed down the paintwork where stains. were appearing on fairly new skirting board and they are on knots in the wood. The skirting was initially primed and undercoated etc, but stains are appearing. What is the best form of treatment please, before I paint again. Thanks very...
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    Lean to Extension on Rear of House

    Hi Pilsbury, Got my Lean-to finished a month or so ago.....I hope you have had good progress with yours mate!
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