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Do those pipe things come in different colors?
Two tips:1. Remove less material. Start with at least 48 hr. soak in vinegar. Then bathe in with soap/water before you "amend any of its mass." (My advice.)2. For much more, look up YouTuber, WranglerStar. He's one of the best resources for this subject. He collects almost any type of vintage ax, hatchet, saw, etc. No non-sense, but amiable guy. Don't forget to Like, Comment, Share and tell him I sent you.
None of these methods is really printing on wood. They are what has been, for a long time, called "transfers" The closest to printing on wood might be the laser, but even that is not really printing; it's closer to etching as it is burning, removing material. The these are or are close to the method popular in the '70s used by crafters to decorate wooden cheese or jewelry boxes, purses and furniture using photos or images clipped from magazines.
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Build, adaptation and presentation, very nicely done (even if it doesn't fly!). Good to see this is still being done. Thanks for the memories.
This is just coloring the white sugar. Real brown sugar is just a by-product of the refining process, just as is molasses. Dark and light sugar are less processed obtaining the white sugar and leaving the molasses which actually contains many healthful nutrients and components that make up the flavors of the cane, beet or other source of the juice that was used.Molasses retains a strong flavor which some mistake for bitterness, but there is no bitterness at that point. Another by-product is the "Cane Syrup" sometimes eaten on pancakes and Light or Dark "Karo Syrup" which also come from different phases of processing.
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