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When using blush eraser, make sure the surface is *clean*.

 
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 05, 2016 2:33 pm    Post subject: When using blush eraser, make sure the surface is *clean*. Reply with quote

Working on an EVH-style finish at present, and after removing the tape on the white layer, I figured I'd hit the body with some blush eraser. In theory, it ought to even out the stripe ridges and (hopefully) reduce peel-up when doing the next layer. I tried it out on the front of the guitar, and it seems to have worked great - except now, a bunch of little white fibers from my wipe-down cloth are embedded into the surface of the black layer. Doh! Time for some very careful wet sanding.
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