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Oil finish thickness

Discussion in 'Woodturning Discussion Forum' started by Zach LaPerriere, Nov 10, 2017.

  1. BobCoates

    BobCoates

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    Feb 16, 2008
    Messages:
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    Zack,
    Forget to mention that I apply the T & T while the lathe is running and slowly increasing the speed to heat it in,??
    Never tried any of there other products. Found this info on line for a different danish oil product and have been using it for T & T

    Found the web I got this from and product. Never used it. "The Original Formula Polymerized Tung Oil is the first product that Sutherland Welles Ltd"

    step 1:
    - Apply Low Lustre
    - Wait 30 min.
    - Wipe unabsorbed finish
    - Let cure 6-8 hours
    step 2:
    - Sand 400 grit I sometimes sand in the oil on the first coat.
    - Vacuum &tack surface
    (use Mineral Sprits on a rag to clean surface) I don't do this
    step 3:
    - Apply Low Lustre
    - Wait 10-15 min.
    - Wipe unabsorbed finish
    - Let cure 24 hours
    step 4:
    - Sand if rough (600 grit or fine steel wool)
    - Vacuum &tack surface
    step 5:
    - Apply Low Lustre
    - Wait 10-15 min.
    - Wipe unabsorbed finish
    - Let cure 24 hours
    step 6:
    - Sand if rough (600 grit or fine steel wool)
    - Vacuum &tack surface
    step 7:
    - Apply Wiping Low Lustre
    - Wait 10-15 min.
    - Wipe unabsorbed finish
    - Let cure 24 hours
     
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  2. Tom Albrecht

    Tom Albrecht

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    Location:
    Midwest USA
    Oh Jeez! Now the plot thickens-- or, is it the varnish?
     

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