wwwdotcomdotnet Posted March 20, 2007 Report Share Posted March 20, 2007 I have black grain filler from Stew Mac that I am going to be putting on my mahogany and maple SG that I am finishing. Stew Mac says to stain the guitar first, then apply the grain filler, and then sand with 320 grit sand paper. I did a sample piece following the directions, and was very dissatisfied with the results as the stain was all but removed from the lightest of sanding. I did the same thing again on another piece, however first I used the grain filler, and then sanded, and then stained it and was more pleased with the results. Is there anything wrong with doing this? I will be spraying laquer/stain over it later this week too, so it should work out, correct? Please let me know if I am mistaken. Thanks Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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