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Old 13th September 2011, 20:19   #1 (permalink)
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Polishing resin worktops

We had our kitchen worktops extended and the join is sloppy, it's been overfilled with the same mix of resin . (Don't want the wally, who the builder sent to touch it again). I did manage to polish some of it down before we came back home, but wondered whether anyone has used t-cut or anything similar on their resin worktops to buff out scratches or scuffs. The worktops are black with coloured (mainly silver, but with red, blue and green) sparkle in them and what I wanted to do was start to sand the joint with fine emery, then move on to finer and finer wet and dry, then polsh the joint and then polish all the worktop up. I am not a stranger to wet and dry, as I re-did my guitar headstock with 17 coats of clear laquer, then did that procedure with that, but just wondered whether t-cut would work. This is the finish I ended up with . Ted
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Re: Polishing resin worktops

Ted when I am woodturning if I turn any resin, I use Brasso to buff it up to a polish . Which I would think is about equal to T cut.
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Re: Polishing resin worktops

Nice! The Rolls Royce of guitars. Respect!
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