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Bleaching Woodstocks and Topcats
06-24-2015, 04:23 AM
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RE: Bleaching Woodstocks and Topcats
I tried a wood stock, firstly scrubbing with soap and water, then a domestic ammonia product.

Let it sit in dilute household bleach for seven days agitating daily. This resulted in a patchy finish. Another ammonia wash, rinse and a diluted hydrogen peroxide bath for three weeks again agitating and sitting on a window sill under full sunlight.

After drying it still had a mildly patchy finish albeit better then belch alone. I gave up, maybe the patches are part of the manufacturing process?

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RE: Bleaching Woodstocks and Topcats - Geoff Quickfall - 06-24-2015 04:23 AM

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