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Old 04-28-2003, 06:49 PM
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Rod finish...

... going to start building the "6-wt." next week, and was wondering what everyone's thoughts are on two-part vs. one-part finishes? I've always used the two-part finishes, but am interested in the ease of one-part, though it may take longer to finish the stick. Specifically, I'm looking at U-40 Perma-Gloss. Not going to use color preserver, want the guide feet to show through. TIA...
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