I will be turning a box elder pen and pencil set for a friend shortly,
and he asked about using a polyurethane or polycrylic finish on it to
protect the finished set from finger oils and such.
I've never done that before on wood pens - any thoughts or comments on
the idea? Other suggestions?
I normally use EEE-Ultra Shine and Shellawax Cream for my wood pens.
No sweat, Jim. Just soak your face in acetone!
(Tearing up just thinking about it...)
With every experience, you alone are painting your
own canvas, thought by thought, choice by choice.
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