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Old 04-02-2016, 14:35   #46
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Re: Varnish or not to Varnish ?

As my pappy used to say, "What ever turns your crank!"

There is no right or wrong way, despite how vociferous some can get.

It's like asking, which is better, blondes, brunettes, or red heads.

My answer, "It doesn't matter one bit when the lights are out!"

What's the best way to finish a tiller?

Absolutely matters not, when heeled 20 degrees on a beat into a fresh breeze.

Nothwithstanding, my personal preference for all exterior wood, is Epifanes.

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