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Section - 5.9 Oil finishes too?

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   "Tung oil or even tung oil with a bit of polyurethane works great.  You rub
    it in with 0000 steel wool until the scratches are gone and the surface
    burnishes, wipe off the excess and let it dry overnight. The result will 
    be like glass, but with no drag on the neck like a high gloss finish.

    It's the most durable finish we make and almost every guitar I have in my
    studio these days has this finish."

   [John Hall, ceo@rickenbacker.com, 12/30/1998]

   See the Rickenbacker Owner's Manual section on Guitar Care and Finish
   Maintenance, 
             http://www.rickenbacker.com/us/finish.htm

   [Gerard Lanois, gerardlanois@netscape.net, 2/4/1999]

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Top Document: alt.guitar.rickenbacker Frequently Asked Questions
Previous Document: 5.8 How do I care for my Ric's finish?
Next Document: 5.10 Will unwinding my vintage re-issue pickups make them sound better? What is the procedure?

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