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Anyone use Regular stain on any toys, I have done a few 33 fords and the stain looks incredible, but is it safe??? I also used polyurethane...

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Bostonwindows30

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Perfect, great stuff.. What's your thoughts on polyurethane?? Is it safe?? I like the shine!!
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All USA manufactured polyurethane finishes are non-toxic when dry and make an ideal toy finish. Baby teethers must be made with smooth-sanded (400 girt paper) hard maple with no finishes applied. It is the only wood we recommend for teethers. Most all others will splinter over time when chewed. 


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Thanks John I made 10 of them with stain and look look pretty good, not as good at it yet as you and a lot of people on here, but certainly enjoy it!!
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You certainly have a talent for creating beautiful toys. The photos of toys you posted are a fine example of clean craftsmanship. We would enjoy seeing more of your creations. Thanks for sharing.
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Thank you John- I will post more, love doing it, it's a lot of fun... I have seen a lot of your projects and they are amazing!!!
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