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    Default Paraloid B 67

    Anyone used this polymer as a grain filler? It's used in restoration and stuff...

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    I read an interesting monograph on the use of Paraloid B72 as an additive to shellac for French polish. Very interesting...

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    My friend suggested B 67 might work as a grain filler.... I'm not a scientific person so the data sheets mean nothing to me. What I can understand is that the solvent for 67 is cellulose thinners or naptha. However the data regarding durability doesn't make any sense to me. There is also no published data on elasticty - somthing fillers must have if they are to work with wood. I guess i'll have to do some testing.

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    Polaroid grain filler?? Try it and see what "develops"
    ba dum bum

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