Frank I use Marsh Spray Stencil ink when I do v-carving on my CNC machine (I also use masking). It dries fast so if you don't spry too much at a time it works. On select pine I usually spray several light coats from different angles (don't try to do it all at once, keep it dry) spray and let it dry between coats. This might take quite a few coats to cover it all but it keeps it from bleeding. On hard woods like Cherry and Oak I spray from 4 different directions at one time and then let it dry. I have had it bleed when I get in a hurry and put heavy coats on it get it covered, then I have the headache of cleanup or re-cutting the project, not fun and wastes time and materials.
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