Simulate Grain Wood Graining Tool For Metal Plastic Fiberglass Ugl Zar 14377


Simulate Grain Wood Graining Tool For Metal Plastic Fiberglass Ugl Zar 14377

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Simulate Grain Wood Graining Tool For Metal Plastic Fiberglass Ugl Zar 14377:
$10


Wood Graining Tool.
Press against wet wood stain to simulate wood grain on painted wood, metal, or plastic. Can be used on furniture, cabinets, woodwork, metal, and fiberglass doors. Simple techniques Creates 3 Different Grain Looks with this one tool.

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Simulate Grain Wood Graining Tool For Metal Plastic Fiberglass Ugl Zar 14377:
$10

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