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9finger
I have an Indian Bighorn recurve, maple with fiberglas laminate. I cleaned with Murphys oil soap and wife thought some blemish was the varnish, or urethane coming off mostly on limbs but riser looks like it could use recoated as well. Also it has a flipper rest and will have to put a shelf rest on. But the shelf looks flat, can I just build it up?

what can I recoat with? urethane? will it be ok on both limbs and riser?
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9finger
I bought it in 1973, just before they went out of business. '75 I think was their last catalog.
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fdp
Yes......
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aromakr
9finger:
I see your new to this site, you don't have to add another post when you forget something. You can edit your posts. and I agree with Frank, "yes"

In the bottom right hand corner you will notice  Edit  Delete.  Just click on the edit icon and add to your post. then the bottom left hand corner click of "Save"

Bob
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Yehwa
So what’s the remedy I asked about how to get rid of a milky haze under the finish of a recurve . Crickets , !
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Chuck S
I would remove the old finish down to the wood on the riser and refinish with Minwax Wipe on Poly. Satin or gloss your choice. I have refinished quite a few bows and find the Wipe on poly easiest to use. Typically takes 6 to 8 coats.
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Yehwa
Thanks chuck 🏹👍
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Tom M
Many ways to remove old finish. Rich Lopez uses a razor blade and scrapes it off. Chemicals might take off the finish but ruin the glass. Sanding may alter the poundage and tiller of bow limbs.
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Sun City, Az. by way of San Diego, Ca. Bear TD's Wes Wallace Royal LB, ILF risers and various limbs, Vintage Works 1962 Kodiak reproduction made to my specs

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Bud B.
Yehwa wrote:
So what’s the remedy I asked about how to get rid of a milky haze under the finish of a recurve . Crickets , !


You have a pic of the milky spots? If your glass is clear, it could be in the glass itself and there's nothing you can do about that.
Adventure and the wilderness are calling me. I must Go and See.
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fdp
 The only way that you can get rid of milky spots UNDER a finish it remove the finish. If the milky finish is IN the finish, you may be able to buff it out.
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