A Happy Easter to those celebrating within the PSF community! Now on to business: I've recently received a few estate pipes courtesy of Calvinandpipe (huge shout-out, your gift was much appreciated!) and am considering trying my hand at refinishing one of them. I tried searching on here for a how-to and also on YouTube but came up pretty empty. My general idea was to take down the current finish with a few different grits of sand paper and apply a new finish and a new coat of either carnauba or beeswax to seal it up. Maybe I am already off base in my basic thoughts. Anyone have a link to a refinishing a pipe for dummies perhaps? Or maybe it is something you recommend I leave to the professionals? I was hoping to try my hand at it but if it is something complex and difficult to do then I will leave it up to the pro's.