I've been working with some Holly recently and one of the problems I'm having is after turning the pen to profile when I sand it the wood picks up some of the "stain" from the metal bushings. It also happens if you use a different wood species of another color as the Holly picks up some of the fine saw dust in the open grain. It really detracts from the whiteness of the Holly and is driving me nuts. Does anyone have experience using these Non Stick plastic cones for doing a CA finish? Do you think there's enough gap between the cone and the outside diameter of the turned blank? My thought process is to turn the blank to profile and then use the plastic cones to finish sand. I've also been told to stabilize the Holley as a solution. Has anyone done that? Any ideas, suggestions or help is greatly appreciated.