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Unread 04-19-2021, 05:33 PM   #11
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Oh got it. I thought it was just air ��
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. . but is it finish?
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Default . . but is it finish?

Hi. New user.

So, if one uses Timberluxe on a stock, does that mean it has been refinished? How is this understood among collectors. It sure looks like a nice product, but is it understood as a deep cleaner, or a refinishing product?

I have a 1923 GHE that would benefit from a professional cleaning, but am uncertain about this product as part of that.

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For general cleaning and waxing I use HOWARD FEED-N-WAX. Works very well for all of my guns. Im quit sure others have their favorite products.
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Originally Posted by Mark Beasland View Post
I spray a little blast off in the bottle to displace any oxygen before putting the cap on. It last for months this way.
TimberLuxe sells this to prevent it from going bad:

http://www.timberluxe.com/wood-finis...nish-preserver

http://www.bloxygen.com/

Available on E-bay also.
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I believe if you're simply using Timberluxe for cleaning and protecting the stock finish it should be referred to as freshening the finish, not refinishing it.





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