Step 5: Stain

Wipe your stain all over your pipe and allow it to dry for however long the stain can says so. Then apply the polyurethane the same way
Don't the stain and varnish create noxious fumes when burned?
They put 'tobacco' in "quotes" so I'm guessing stain and varnish is no worse than what they are "burning" "lol"
<p>tobacco would have been worse than the stain, the &quot;tobacco&quot; wouldent do anything </p>
<p>you know when your mom borrows your pipe and resins up your bowl? </p><p>Thats the same thing happening to your lungs. </p><p>Dont believe me, exhale through a clean sock. </p>
<p>lol it would take a long time for anything to happen to the sock other than it smelling really good</p>
<p>You've never tried that, have you?</p><p>Try this:</p><p>Pick up a used cigarette butt. </p><p>Pull apart the filter.</p><p>See the muck?</p>
<p>i wasn't talking about tobacco I was talking about &quot;tobacco&quot;</p>
<p>Same difference - any slow-smouldering vegetable matter generates complex, multi-toxic tars and particulates. </p>

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