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Crazing happens from the varnish drying out too much or changes in temperature. You can polish it up a bit buit that's about all you want to do. d
Do not use any alcohol or thinners on it. A luthier can melt the varnish with oils or alcohol and then bring back the finish. To do that might cost more than the violin though. The crazzing will not effect the sound too much if at all.
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