Wood work help with pics.

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Had posted about working on the table but couldn't post pics.
Here's the table itself. For the help already received..
Gary
 

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Mrtrout

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Nice intricate carving there G, a stanley blade a scalpel and a few tedious hours will do it, I’d be reluctant to soak a lot of chemicals into it myself.
S.
 

ohanzee

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I'd do what pentlandflyman says, its perfectly enclosed so you can pour nitromorse into it and work it in with a brush just gently lifting the finish, then give it a scrub with meths, no harm if you have some dark corners it will add to the relief, its much easier than I imagined, when you are done I want to see a glass of whisky sitting on it beside a comfortable chair, and just appreciate all the hard work :cool:
 

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Nice intricate carving there G, a stanley blade a scalpel and a few tedious hours will do it, I’d be reluctant to soak a lot of chemicals into it myself.
S.

They are surprisingly gentle on the wood, and much less toxic than they used to be, Easker's citrus solution is a modern eco friendly alternative, saves hours with that scalpel.
 

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