On bowls, sealer, shellac first coat

On bowls, sealer, shellac first coat

Post by golf » Mon, 13 Sep 2004 00:52:11



Hi Group:
In trying to keep my bowls with minimum yellowing.  I have been using
Mylands friction polish as the base coat, then applying wipe on poly.

I'm having a long wait for the first coat of wipe on poly to set up.
there after it sets up well.

What do you recommend for the first coat as a sealer etc?

Joe.

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On bowls, sealer, shellac first coat

Post by Dr. De » Mon, 13 Sep 2004 04:58:42


Quote:

> Hi Group:
> In trying to keep my bowls with minimum yellowing.  I have been using
> Mylands friction polish as the base coat, then applying wipe on poly.

> I'm having a long wait for the first coat of wipe on poly to set up.
> there after it sets up well.

> What do you recommend for the first coat as a sealer etc?

> Joe.

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In fact, shellac is all I use, except for a couple of coats of Briwax.

Deb

 
 
 

On bowls, sealer, shellac first coat

Post by Georg » Mon, 13 Sep 2004 04:21:40


Wipe on Poly.  At least I do when I'm using poly.  The yellow's in the oil,
so the shellac isn't really doing much.


Quote:
> Hi Group:
> In trying to keep my bowls with minimum yellowing.  I have been using
> Mylands friction polish as the base coat, then applying wipe on poly.

> I'm having a long wait for the first coat of wipe on poly to set up.
> there after it sets up well.

> What do you recommend for the first coat as a sealer etc?

> Joe.

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