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Brushing Lacquer for woodturning

08-09-2015 04:00 PM by Wildwood | 1 comment »

Brushing Lacquer there are several brands on the market. Have used Deft brushing lacquer for years but when big box stores stopped selling it, bought some made by Cabot and WATCO (Rust-Oleum). You need a good soft bristle quality brush. I use small artist sable bristle & bigger hog hair china bristle brushes. Cheap brushes just cause problems. When applying get enough finish to make a smooth pass from start to finish and do not go back over if missed a spot. If have dry spots will start with those on next coat. Normally do not sand between coats really depend how surface feels. Normally BL dries in 30 minutes depending upon humidity may take longer, recoat times normally 2...

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