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I got some 8/4 bubinga lumber about 2-weeks ago. I make a lot of funeral urns for people and pets' ashes. Here are photos of what I made. The finishing wasn't to hard. I applied 2-coats of shellac then 4 coats of Zar polyurethane mixed 50/50 with mineral spirits. I always apply all finishes with the blue paper shop towels. Malcolm / Kentucky USA
 

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Good use of that beautiful wood. Those look great Malcolm
 

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Hey Brother, How many times have I told you that I want to have my ashes stored in one of YOUR boxes, but maybe I'll have my family hold-on for as long as possible to see what your latest improvements are. This is TRULY AMAZING! BUBINGA is an extremely durable wood, and durable seems to fit urns perfect!

Otis Guillebeau from Auburn, Georgia
 
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