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CanCanLah
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« Reply #15 on: 22 February 2001, 8:49:00 AM »
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Mould is a serious problem here. It frows on anything that is static or moves exceptionally slowly... In fact, if you look closely enough you can see it growing on most people walking along Orchard Road...
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« Reply #16 on: 22 February 2001, 10:11:00 AM »
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hehe...what a laugh. Looking forward to hearing about rosewood care, though!  

Oh, and I can vouch for Paul's diligence in oiling. Pretty intensive stuff!  

Hi. suirt, suirt Yeah..I'll be with you in suirt suirt a sec. squirt, squirt, sqiurt squirt. This spraay, spraay will just take  suirt a minute. spray, spray sqirt, squirt squirt....   It DOES look amazing tho!

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« Reply #17 on: 22 February 2001, 10:52:00 AM »
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Fabulous we have bought all our Rosewood from Singapore Woodcraft over the years. The saying goes if you look after Teak well it will last you a lifetime - leave Rosewood alone and it will still be as good as new for your grandchildren.

If you want to buy Rosewood drop Catherine an e mail - she beats up on the owner on price far better than anyone else!

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« Reply #18 on: 23 February 2001, 8:59:00 AM »
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This is such an interesting topic - thanks for all the insights how to take care of teak furniture! How is it with Rosewood, Elm etc. Chinese furniture - especially back home in the drier climate? Would be also interested in knowing how to take care of vietnamese lacquer things? Anyone care to share?
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