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Posted by: John Tallyn (---.dhcp.chtrptr.net)
Date: August 07, 2018 09:34AM

I'm thinking of purchasing some wooden canes, doing decorative cross wraps on them and donating them to the local VA or VFW. I plan on testing the painted surfaces to make sure there are no interaction issues with the epoxy, wondering how the epoxy will hold up to that kind of daily use. I'm thinking it shouldn't be an issue, but would like some thoughts from those of you with more experience and knowledge.


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Re: Canes
Posted by: Lou Auret (204.16.161.---)
Date: August 07, 2018 11:20AM

It will yellow. But would probably wear ok.
I would use permagloss .
Tougher and non yellowing.

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