COWBOY1296 wrote:Let me steal this thread to ask a question along the same lines and maybe someone can point me in the right direction. This sign was cut in african mahogany and is meant for outdoors in a harsh environment. I first sealed the board in sanding sealer. I then cut my graphics and sealed the entire board in shellac. I then use stencil ink on the graphics. I let it dry for nearly 24 hours. Sanded off the excess which the stencil ink gunked up my sanding paper. I then brushed on sikkens log and siding and found that the stencil inch was starting to smear. but i was able to finish ok. Any thoughts on a different paint for the graphics or a different routine.
I got some good advice on the shopbot forum but figured i would pick your brains as well
CosmosK wrote:, because denatured alcohol (in shellac) is pretty harmless .
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