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Posted on Parks Super Glaze for turning inlays?

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#1 posted 05-29-2018 08:05 PM

Thx for these comments. I should have mentioned I have used Parks a number of times, mainly for the bottom of cachepots (snooty French term for the outer covering for a house plants in a pot). I got the idea from Steve Ramsey (Woodworking for mere mortals) on youtube.

It certainly takes a long time to cure (~1 week), but results in a quite clear and hard coating on the bottom (some stays). Has a long shelf life too, which is great. Reminding me of the long cure time was very useful

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