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« on: July 29, 2005, 05:19:41 PM »

I have a peavey int 2 kit thing- rubbish i know, but im gonna try and take the acryllic wrap off and stain the wood underneath. I have a sonor 3005 snare that has a laquer finish so im not gonna try and do anything with that but i was wondering if u guys have ever tried anything like this. I was gonna do it then sell the kit in the vain hope in might sell for more.

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« Reply #1 on: July 31, 2005, 01:35:21 PM »

Ive never done it, but ive got a pearl kit that has black acrylic and the plastics warped in places, so i have also wanted to do that. I would say its possible. But dont expect to get the perfectly smooth surface you get on other drums.

I cant think that it would do anything to the drum so you might be better off talking to someone who furnishes things, and ask them what you need to get a perfect smooth finish.

My guess is its gonna need a lot of sanding, and a lot of sanding sealer, a lot of wax, and a lot of time.
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