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Old 10-01-2023, 12:02 PM
SColumbusSt SColumbusSt is offline
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Originally Posted by phavriluk View Post
Typical StewMac oversell. A bone nut blank costs two bucks, more or less. StewMac's Magic Nut Repair Powders cost twenty-four bucks to do the same job a buck's worth of baking soda (or steal a pill bottle's worth out of the spice rack, it'll never be noticed) will do. I think I've touched the high spots.
His nut is ebony. I stated the Stew Mac stuff is easier to use than ebony dust. I agree, baking soda works fine on a bone nut. It would look odd to raise the slot on an ebony nut with the stuff.

Did Stew Mac run over your dog or something?
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