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  1. Ben Lipinski
    May 2, 2017 @ 6:19 pm

    Hi Steve,

    I love your website and all your videos! About 2 years ago I started to compile a small arsenal of wood working tools and power equipment since I had to find another hobby besides golf 🙂 since kids rule my life now and I don’t have 6 hours to spend gone from home plus I have always been interested in wood working. I recently made a medicine cabinet out of pallet wood that I planned smooth, assembled and stained with min-wax spray lacquer. After about a week or so of being hung up I noticed a white crusty substance in different spots of the cabinet. I could easily scrape them off with my fingernail, but more would return very slowly although not in the same spots. I tried lightly sanding it as well but more would eventually return although it may not be in the same spots. Do you have any idea of what this white crusty looking substance might be and what the cause might be? Thanks again for any insight! Keep up the awesome work!

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  2. Henrik Waeltken
    May 4, 2018 @ 11:51 am

    Hey Steve,

    I would love to see a video or article in the basics series about best practices for brush cleanup and preservation. I seem to go through a ton of expensive brushes with paint, stain and finish and don’t really know what I’m doing wrong…

    Thanks for putting out all this great content!

    – Henrik

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