Weird Wood Pusher
EDIT: I went back to my notes and double checked his instructions.
This is a quote from Russ;
"The finishing sequence that I use
is pretty straight forward....just hand sand through at least
1500X then apply a modest coat of tung oil...the undiluted
stuff..rub it in with your fingers....give it a little time to soak
in.....then wipe off the excess (before it gets tacky).
Let it dry....reapply as prefered...then buff with a strip of towell
with buffing compound rubbed in.......If theres a most important
part to this...it's hand finishing (no buffers). "
here is what it looks like after 5 coat of shellac, buffing and waxing.
Acceptable but still not as shiny as i expect, i think the buffing wasn't long enough. Oh well, there is always another knife to rehandle!
Will post a pic after installation.
*** happened to that deba the edge lookd wack as ****
This repeated many many times is like french polishing isn't it?
Originally Posted by Burl Source
Micromesh is another way to get a high- ish shine in something without buffing, not as shiny as polishing like this but a bit easier and quicker.
Looks great btw