Sealing my turquoise inlay before stain


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I might be able to help been doing inlay for couple years in fact unless someone else speaks up (please do so I can get advice)I think I have the most exp in stone chip inlay of the members.

Few questions first

1. Did you paint the bottoms of you inlay to pop the stone? If so what did you use?

2. What is your stone is it real turquoise or imitation?

3. What did you use to glue you stone in superglue or epoxy?

4. Has the current buyer seen the work sometimes they will see the wood and decide not to stain.

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On 7/22/2015 at 5:30 AM, duckkisser said:

I might be able to help been doing inlay for couple years in fact unless someone else speaks up (please do so I can get advice)I think I have the most exp in stone chip inlay of the members.

 

Few questions first

 

1. Did you paint the bottoms of you inlay to pop the stone? If so what did you use?

 

2. What is your stone is it real turquoise or imitation?

 

3. What did you use to glue you stone in superglue or epoxy?

 

4. Has the current buyer seen the work sometimes they will see the wood and decide not to stain.

 

Ahhhh! What ever happened to Duck? Helluva nice guy as were a bunch of past members! 

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