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I made this keychain out of olive wood, sanded to12000 and then applied huts friction polish. This is my first time using the friction polish and i like it. It isn't superglue but it is quick and easy. I'll definitely be using it on ornaments.
 

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Nice job. It would be cool to make one that has threads to open up like a small pill box.
 

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clpead said:
I made this keychain out of olive wood, sanded to12000 and then applied huts friction polish. This is my first time using the friction polish and i like it. It isn't superglue but it is quick and easy. I'll definitely be using it on ornaments.
Please explain friction polish..... New to me.....
 

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Please explain friction polish..... New to me.....
It's put on the lathe and it's very quick. It's just applied with a towel and heat from turning causes it to cure and shine.
 

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It's put on the lathe and it's very quick. It's just applied with a towel and heat from turning causes it to cure and shine.
Just viewed a YouTube demo.... Looks like its only for turning projects, due to the heat needed to dry the layers....
I'm wondering if a cloth mounted on a palm sander would create the heat needed to use it on non-turned pieces...
 

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Dominick said:
Nice job. It would be cool to make one that has threads to open up like a small pill box.
They have those too, and toothpick holders and detachable rings.
 
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