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#1 posted 07-13-2017 09:27 PM

I’ve used this same friction polish quite a bit, and it is good for what you said – something quick. It is food safe after the shellac dries and any oil is wiped off (mineral oil is food safe). Its not a very durable finish and I dont use it for anything that will be handled much at all. I like using ob poly thinned 1:1 or more, and add dye to give a little color. Not quick, but much more durable. Dries faster then blo or danish oil and will build a film if desired.


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