Wood Finishing A Simple Recipe Has Been Developed For A Polish That You Can Make In Unlimited And Relatively Inexpensive Quantities That S Easy And Quick To Apply Provides A One Coat Seal And Finish Has A Minimal Drying Time And Gives A Soft Glow To A High Gloss Depending On The Buffing Speed Used
Wood finishing a simple recipe has been developed for a polish that you can make in unlimited and relatively inexpensive quantities that s easy and quick to apply provides a one coat seal and finish has a minimal drying time and gives a soft glow to a high gloss depending on the buffing speed used is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by marc with ID 11516211367 was uploaded on 06-03-2019 and has been viewed 145,272 times.
Make Your Own Polish Vessels and photo by Ken Wiancko I've tried more than 30 home brewed combinations of materials in my shop using mineral oil, tung oil, citrus thinner and turpentine as carriers.Some of the combinations that have proved successful are described below.
I use the mixture that includes beeswax, carnauba wax, Damar varnish, and turpentine on my wax finished wood turnings.The first three ingredients of this mixture are used in the food industry.Even though the amount of turpentine in this mixture is very small, for pieces with food applications you should substitute citrus thinner or orange solvent for the turpentine.
If you do this you will need to use more of the solvent to dissolve the solids.Reducing the amount of solvent will create a paste, while increasing it makes liquid wax.Brewing the FinishBrewing your own polish takes some experimentation, but the results can be well worth the time and effort.
Here are some tips to make your home brewing experience easier.• In the best interests of matrimonial harmony, buy a hot plate, a couple of cheap glass or steel pots to cook the finish in, and some glass jars to store the finish in.