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Diy Stock Refurb Advice Please

Discussion in 'Technical' started by Moreteavicar, Oct 9, 2019 at 12:52 PM.

  1. Moreteavicar

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    If you were going to strip a varnished stock with the intention of an oil finish, would you use a Nitromors type stripper?
     
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    Hi yes you can when stripped . If going to oil finish get some fine wire wool any go over thougly. Then go to super market and get a bottle of pure walnut oil a couple of quid for 1\2 ltr. apply with bare warm hands when absorbed go over whole thing with wire wool. Keep repeating untill the stock stops absorbing wire wool again soft clean cloth .finish when needed oil and wire
    The idea of wire is to take of the napp the oil raises on the wood you shoud end up with lovely satin Smooth stock
    All this assuming no nut allergy or any one likely to handle finished stock hope this helps
     
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    I used Nitromores on my Hw100 followed instructions similar to above, but bought Tru Oil sealer and finish, simple instructions just don’t do it the finger method :facepalm: I’ve had over two years from completing the job and have this week or so rubbed it down a little and given it only one more coat I used 1 cottonwool ball wrapped in an old but washed glasses cloth looks great.

    any excuse to post it again lol
     

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    Is this a beech stock that you intend to strip? If so use this. Nitromoors is no good anymore and this from ebay is terrific make sure you wear gloves and eye protection. If it is a beech stock i recently did this one upload_2019-10-9_13-57-45.jpeg upload_2019-10-9_13-54-14.jpeg
     

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    As Pete says, Nitromors today is cr@p so use the same as he did or the Screwfix basic is ok, but put the stock in a bin bag during the strip and a brass brush on any chequering :up:
     
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    If the instructions for your chosen varnish remover say to wash down with water afterwards, don’t. Use white spirits instead and it won’t swill the grain.
     
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    Best DIY stock advice - take it to post office (that's the do it yourself part) and send it @nath92 :up:
     
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    The best video I’ve seen on finishing a stock is this:

     
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