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Old 09-14-2018, 08:06 AM   #3 (permalink)
wolf creek knives
 
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I use it on every pen, or knife, that I make. Like John said above, it gives a great shine to any finished product but does wear off. I apply a very small amount with a flannel rag and then immediately, within a couple of minutes anyway, buff it on a buffing wheel. Please understand though that I do not use this as my main finish, just a top coat over the finish. I'll give credit where credit is due on this as Ozturner was the one who told me about this.
Oh... and buffing on a buffing wheel John is right. If you don't know what you're doing and don't use a very light touch you can have problems. I've been using a buffing wheel for many years on my knives. So as John says, beware of your buffing wheel.

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