It seems a lot of the wood working YouTubers have moved over to Rubio Monocoat over the last few years. Especially people who are making wood slab/epoxy tables. The product looks interesting but at that price I haven't had the desire to try it out.Watching this thread as I have noticed that finish floating around quite a bit lately.
Never really heard of it but after stumbling on a "Whats your favorite finish" thread somewhere else, quite a few were for the Rubio Monocoat
Looked it up and seen the price tag and figured "it must be gooood S%$T" LOL
I did use the 2 part, part 2 is an accelerator which I assume is a catalyst, I has a long work time, product description states a 7 day cure time, no idea what the catalyst is. I left the unused portion in a small cup, it took over a day or two for it to be noticeably solidified.Shootsumm and Firehawkmph, I’m assuming you guys are using the 2 part Rubio Monocoat. Do you know what the second part is? Is it like a catalyzed finish? How long do you have to work it?
I was curious about the hype around Rubio Monocoat Oil Plus 2C finish. I read the marketing information about it on their website. They say it it is a "hard wax oil finish" without many details about its composition. It comes in two parts: Part A is "Oil Plus" and Part B is "Accelerator". There is very little information about them, other than you mix them in a 3 to 1 ratio.Shootsumm and Firehawkmph, I’m assuming you guys are using the 2 part Rubio Monocoat. Do you know what the second part is? Is it like a catalyzed finish? How long do you have to work it?