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"How to Select and Apply the Right Finish". This is the completely revised and updated edition of Flexner's classic work on finishing. Includes the latest technical updates, step-by-step instructions, 40 must have reference tables, over 300 color photos, and numerous tips for the professional and hobbyist. An excellent work on finishing.

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