Turning

Subject:
thanks and yep...

GaryG in MD
It might be easier to just use a dye color of choice (a dark brown) on woods that don't have enough natural tannins in them to react with ammonia or iron, but I like to play, so I'll try the tea in DNA. I picked a bag and have it steeping -- now it's just a matter of finding a sample of an interesting but non-tannic wood to put it on in various combinations. Stay tuned.

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