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I dig it! I always hit mine with a heat gun to chase any excess oil out of the pores in the wood before waxing. Seems to help the wax coat keep an even sheen
I don't have a heat gun. Does a hair dryer get hot enough?
Probably will. I actually don't have a hair dryer here lol
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Because you have no hair?
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First coat of Howard's feed n wax, I'll do one more than hit the buffer with some carnuba. Gonna let it dry first for a few hours.
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I dig it! I always hit mine with a heat gun to chase any excess oil out of the pores in the wood before waxing. Seems to help the wax coat keep an even sheen
I don't have a heat gun. Does a hair dryer get hot enough?
Possibly, you could also just smoke it and wipe off the excess. When I go for a matte sheen I'll hit the pipe quick and heavy with a cleaner dipped in shellac and wipe it off right after.
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Sat Jan 26, 2019 2:45 pm

Bruyere_Royale wrote: ↑
Sat Jan 26, 2019 2:39 pm
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I don't have a heat gun. Does a hair dryer get hot enough?
Probably will. I actually don't have a hair dryer here lol
:lol:
Because you have no hair?
Exactly! Shaved head / full beard and the missus has hers very short too. Got rid of the dryer years ago lol
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Probably will. I actually don't have a hair dryer here lol
:lol:
Because you have no hair?
Exactly! Shaved head / full beard and the missus has hers very short too. Got rid of the dryer years ago lol
Makes life much easier, less hastle.
I don't use one either but my wife does and now I'm going to have to ask her to use it which will require me to answer many many questions. Lol
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I dig it! I always hit mine with a heat gun to chase any excess oil out of the pores in the wood before waxing. Seems to help the wax coat keep an even sheen
I don't have a heat gun. Does a hair dryer get hot enough?
Possibly, you could also just smoke it and wipe off the excess. When I go for a matte sheen I'll hit the pipe quick and heavy with a cleaner dipped in shellac and wipe it off right after.
I was going to leave it but now that I have some time vested I'm gonna buff it up shiny.
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Sat Jan 26, 2019 3:01 pm

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:lol:
Because you have no hair?
Exactly! Shaved head / full beard and the missus has hers very short too. Got rid of the dryer years ago lol
Makes life much easier, less hastle.
I don't use one either but my wife does and now I'm going to have to ask her to use it which will require me to answer many many questions. Lol
Every question she asks about it just reply "science"
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Exactly! Shaved head / full beard and the missus has hers very short too. Got rid of the dryer years ago lol
Makes life much easier, less hastle.
I don't use one either but my wife does and now I'm going to have to ask her to use it which will require me to answer many many questions. Lol
Every question she asks about it just reply "science"
Sounds easier said than done!
Then there is the small closing lecture on why I do the things I do. Lol
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Sat Jan 26, 2019 3:28 pm

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Makes life much easier, less hastle.
I don't use one either but my wife does and now I'm going to have to ask her to use it which will require me to answer many many questions. Lol
Every question she asks about it just reply "science"
Sounds easier said than done!
Then there is the small closing lecture on why I do the things I do. Lol
Luckily my wife stopped questioning me long ago. I think she just chalked it up to insanity
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Sat Jan 26, 2019 4:38 pm

Gonna call this one done. I'm going to buff it up tomorrow and fire it up.
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