|Forum topic by interpim||posted 10-24-2009 05:54 PM||2197 views||1 time favorited||5 replies|
10-24-2009 05:54 PM
I have been doing a ton of turning lately, and I have heard a lot about using CA glue as a durable finish for pens etc. I have attempted this several times, and I have a 100% failure rate LOL.
Does anyone have the technique down that would like to share the wisdom?
How do I apply it? do I put it on an applicator or squirt it directly on the turning.
I have tried a few methods that were vaguely described and I usually end up with a mess of glue to clean off my hands, and a turning that has streaks of CA around it with chunks of paper towel stuck to it. Please help me out because I am looking for a more durable finish than the HUT Crystal Coat I have been using.
-- San Diego, CA