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Thread: Newbie question about Buffing

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    Feb 2012
    Guelph, ONtario
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    Default Newbie question about Buffing

    Hi all, I'm getting alittle more into turning and I have started to add finishes to my turnings; but I would like to get a high-er gloss finish than I get with Clear coats. I have several pieces that I have tried my hand with wood burning and want to know if I can apply buffing compound to them while they are on the lathe... I don't have a buffing station. Are there any issues with doing it on the lathe? Also, what would be a good compound to start off trying? I like the natural look of the piece, so I'm not looking to add laquer (yet). I read a lot about Brown Tripoly; can that be applied on the lathe?
    Sorry for rambling on!!

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    Atikokan, Rainy River District, Ontario.
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    just what you thought :^')

    Default Re: Newbie question about Buffing

    Woodturning ???? are best placed in the woodturning forum

    Here's some info, posted question and answers on the turning forum.

    Have fun and take care
    Leo Van Der Loo

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    Jun 2012
    Ajax, Ontario

    Default Re: Newbie question about Buffing

    Beall buffing products work great!
    This was done as a test run on a pair of screwed up grip panels.
    Bare wood hit with Tripoli, White Diamond and then hand waxed. Quickly shined up a dull scratched piece of wood.

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