Now, this what I've been told - not going to try it myself though - they apply
it using their fingers to smooth it out. But, I understand that those thicker
cleaning type gloves are the way to go.
Then - they are using buffing wheels of various types, on a drill press, to
finish off their bowls.
And, touch ups are supposed to be easy using it as a finish - which, sorta
indicated that's it's rather easy to think you have a piece finished and then
notice that you've got a spot that you have to go back on.
I don't know if I'll get to try it before our next meeting, but if others have
tried it - I'll get back here and let you know what, if any, problems they
might have had with it.
> Has anyone ever used Cyanoacrylate glue for a finish. If so, which
>one works the best and how would you apply it. I was thinking about
>trying it, then sanding it to 1500 and then waxing with a carnuba wax.
>Any suggestions. Thanks...Dickie Bennett
Having made my point? put a light coat of mineral oil on the turning,
saturate a small piece of paper towel with c/a and wipe it on. It combines
with the oil and hardens right away. I saw it used on very expensive wood
flutes-it was pretty impressive.
You will also become poor using it for a finish, particularly to save wood
that should have been thrown away anyway!!! (G)
Take it easy.
Joe the flute guy