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Posted in response to petrified wood from Robert Mohr on July 11, 2007 at 13:55:56:

Re: petrified wood

Hi There,

I am looking for the same thing. I did run across an article last year that said to polish petrified wood using Olive Oil. I haven't tried it yet. I imagine I will use a Hard Brush first to go over all of my pieces and then a tooth brush for the crevices and thinking of Soaking the pieces in the oil. I am still looking though. I saw the rock tumblers but they seem small as for rocks lol. Good luck, and if you find anything, please let me know too.

Have a Blessed Day


From Christy - March 25, 2008 at 08:04:06

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