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Old 11-21-2008, 11:59 AM   #20
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Originally Posted by Jennifer Bogartz
Claudemir, when you say avoid organic varnishes are you referring to Damar varnish?
Sorry, I meant "completely organic" like the egg white mixed with salt.

Some guys like Damar, I personally think that it yellows too fast, but other guys haven't experienced the same problem, I think that's due to climate differences, it is very humid here in Brazil.

Hope everything will be okay with your experience now.
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