|Forum topic by gurnie||posted 06-26-2012 02:50 PM||1859 views||0 times favorited||2 replies|
06-26-2012 02:50 PM
So i turned a piece to a very nice shine last night, and realize there was a little divit I wanted to fill with polyurethane. Of course it was only later that i realized i used Mylands Friction Polish on the piece (which probably has wax) and the polyurethane seems ever so slightly tacky this morning.
dangit. So I have my husband throwing the piece into my UV nail salon drier (for ladies who do Shellac nails) to see if that’ll cure the poly. my other option is to hit it with the heat gun or hair drier when i got home
i can’t put this back on the chuck and resand it as i already remove the piece off the chuck and you know how hard it is to get the piece exactly where it was on the chuck before, I’ve never been successful. so i am hoping there is something i can use that will fully cure that poly. Maybe another coat of poly?
the finish of the piece is as follows:
10 coats of BLO / CA glue
please help. Thank you!