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Hi Maxim, I came to the realisation of the same problem, if you want to get varnish off chequering, then it might be worth buying a chequering tool that can take the varnish off and re-crispen your chequering before re-staining and oiling, of course if your stock is new, you may not want to risk this option. I have re-crispened the chequering on an old stock with good results.
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