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*CA (Super Glue) Superglue finishes can be divided into two main techniques.  [[Finishing with Superglue only|Superglue only]] and [[Finishing with Superglue and Boiled Linseed Oil|Superglue and Boiled Linseed Oil]]  
 
*CA (Super Glue) Superglue finishes can be divided into two main techniques.  [[Finishing with Superglue only|Superglue only]] and [[Finishing with Superglue and Boiled Linseed Oil|Superglue and Boiled Linseed Oil]]  
 
*Lacquer  
 
*Lacquer  
*Enduro  
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*[[Enduro|Enduro]]
 
*Boiled Linseed Oil  
 
*Boiled Linseed Oil  
 
*Varnish  
 
*Varnish  
 
*Shellac  
 
*Shellac  
*[[Friction_Polish|Friction Polish ]]  
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*[[Friction Polish|Friction Polish ]]  
 
*Danish Oil  
 
*Danish Oil  
 
*Plexitone  
 
*Plexitone  

Revision as of 02:01, 19 December 2010

There are many types of finish as well as there are artists.

Here are pages about some of the more popular finishes:

  • CA (Super Glue) Superglue finishes can be divided into two main techniques.  Superglue only and Superglue and Boiled Linseed Oil
  • Lacquer
  • Enduro
  • Boiled Linseed Oil
  • Varnish
  • Shellac
  • Friction Polish
  • Danish Oil
  • Plexitone
  • Powder Coating
  • Hut Perfect Pen Polish (PPP)  Many penturners start with this as a finish, but it is not intended for that purpose. 

... More to come ...