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If you do use a cork, make sure it is clean as that little bit of grit in it will leave a mess before you know it.
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No! Keep goingscreenman wrote:28 bottles of wine we have had to go through here this week and still none of them have a cork stopper, do you think we should change the brand?
I started using towels, didn't get crystal clear pit filler. Never have.
So, someone on here said to use your finger, because it can't run out!
So that's what I've been doing...
Until the CORK! WOW... Crystal clear pit filler.
It's changed from ok to awesome finish. I'm happy.
Perhaps it's to do with the technique? If you say you can't see a difference - try this way...
Matchstick head sized drop, rub circular motion for a couple of seconds, then with firm pressure and very fast, rub left and right until you can no longer hear/feel the grit.
Wipe and look - go try it
If the job doesn't mean more than the pay, it will never pay more.
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