finish for pens
When I took a class in Feb. of this year, the instructor provided us with Mylands cellulose sanding sealer, and Mylands high friction polish. Just a little bit on a rag, and apply it, then press a little harder, and when your fingers get warm, got to the next step. Sometimes I put on three coats of sanding sealer, 'cuz I couldn't see well enough to tell if I had coated the entire piece, but it didn't seem to hurt anything. The polish is applied the same way, a bit on a rag, apply to the wshole surface, then press hard until your fingers get too hot, and you're done.
They worked really well. He had them in little plastic squeeze bottles, and advised us to shake first, then apply to rag, then apply to project.
Woodcraft carries it, so does Craft Supply. PSI, too, I think.
Last edited by allenn; 04-13-2008 at 02:18 PM.
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