Clean up for weld-on

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Robert Smallwood
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Clean up for weld-on

Post by Robert Smallwood »

Hi.

I have bound a neck somewhat sloppily and now i have to clean up a lot of weld-on on the fingerboard (ebony).

What's a good safe clean up for weld-on in these circumstances?

Thanks,
Rob.

Dave Stewart
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Re: Clean up for weld-on

Post by Dave Stewart »

I've never tried to clean it off chemically because it sands/scrapes off so nicely.
Dave
Milton, ON

Robert Smallwood
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Re: Clean up for weld-on

Post by Robert Smallwood »

...sounds good to me...i'll be careful.

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