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    Quote Originally Posted by sgygi View Post
    DJ,
    May I ask where you purchase your Rustin's Burnishing Cream? I have not been able to find it locally.
    Thanks for your help.
    SGygi
    You'll probably have trouble sourcing some from the states as it is a UK product and from what I have heard from others, it is rare as rocking horse droppings over there.

    I get mine from the importer here in Australia at The Woodsmith

    Most guys from the states use Meguiar's Swirl Remover and Swirl Free Polish as well I think

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ's Timber View Post
    Video of how I apply CA and finish is up, there is 2 available for to watch, a big 220MB better quality WMV or a 44MB Flash Player one.

    You can access them via the Woodwork Forums Videos page where you need to be a member and signed in to access this forum.
    Went to the thread but the link to the download for the video is not working.
    Reality is no background music.
    Cheers John

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    Great tutorial. I took my third crack at it last night and nailed it.

    For those that use the CA finish, is there a preferred brand of CA you use, or will any CA do the job?

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    LB75, this has been debated in other threads, general opinion is that the cheaper CA's from el cheapo shops are not as good as the more expensive ones from the Pen suppliers. Amos
    Good, better, best, never let it rest;
    Til your good is better, and your
    better, best.

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    Sweet tutorial. Just a couple of things I thought you missed. There was no sticking the paper towel to your finger and then having to soak it in acetone to get it off and also you didn't let the flannel get caught and wrap itself around the blank and spoil the finish. Great job though. Tried this method and instant success. You are a genius.
    Kim

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