Mohawk puts their spin on turners' finishes
Woodcraft Magazine|February - March 2021
Wood Turner’s and Plastic Polishes
Tester, Derek Richmond

Overview

• Liquid high-gloss polishes

• Easy application

• Designed for wood and plastic turnings

Mohawk Finishing Products recently added two new turning finishes to its already substantial line of wood polishes— one for wood and one specifically for plastics.

Both finishes are applied to turnings the same way. The manufacturer advises sanding through at least 800 grit, then using a soft cloth or paper towel to apply the polish in an end-to-end motion with the lathe running at a low speed. Wipe off the excess, and repeat as desired.

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