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for food or just handling protection?

John K Jordan
I like the oil finishes which penetrate somewhat into the wood. I typically use 6-10 wiped on/off applications of "danish" oil, basically BLO, mineral spirits, and a little poly or something. Can be buffed for a shine or to a soft sheen with 0000 or rottenstone/pumice.

For a non-glossy outside, have you tried acrylic spray? Some well-known turners and wood artists have said they use Krylon matte acrylic from a rattle can. Simple to apply and dries quickly for multiple coats. On things I've tried it on it looks like no finish but protects the wood from handling. But it can be buffed with a cloth for a gentle semi gloss or even beall buffed for a bit of a shine.

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Suggestions on a classroom finish sought
for food or just handling protection?
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The green blanks are dry enough to finish? *NM*
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Plenty of confusion to me
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I wouldn'd consider a spray finish.....
Mineral Oil and Beeswax
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Beeswax finish
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Just Beeswax
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But David, Deft products are no longer......
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Finishing additives
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There are alternatives...
Qualalacq
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Where do you buy this Qualalacq Mike? *NM*
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