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WELCOME (funny)

Welcome to: U-Beaut Polishes ARTICLES FROM UBEAUT(Neil) Hopefully over time this blog will build to be filled with lots of very informative, interesting and helpful post, photos and videos. Not just on our U-Beaut products but finishing and associated products in general. Before we go any further lets look at, and explain, the name U-Beaut Polishes ®: U-Beaut Pronounced: u (as in you) and beaut as in beautiful or beauty  IT'S NOT: ub-e-at or u-beat or u-but, u-boot or u-brute” U-Beaut: Australian slang. Abbreviation of: “You little beauty!" "You bloody beauty"...

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Aussie Oil questions from USA pen turner.

Below are a series of questions from a pen turner in USA about using Aussie Oil over CA (cyanoacrylate aka super glue) along with my responses. This email exchange took place from Jan 13th to 15th 2022 and may be of some help to others. Senders name and contact deleted for privacy. _____________ Good afternoon from the United States. I would like to start off saying that I absolutely love Aussie Oil as a finish on my pens. It is so simple to...

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READ THE INFO SHEET(s)

Please read the Information Sheet when you purchase a product from us. All Info Sheets can be found HERE The below is an example as to why you should read the Information sheet. It is an email exchange from 10 years ago. The content has been heavily censored for language, abuse, threats, etc. A gentleman (I use the term very loosely) in a foreign (almost English speaking youall, country), complaining that our Shellawax was the worst product ever put on the market....

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Sanding Sealer and Water Dye – A PROBLEM

Our Sanding Sealer is shellac based and its purpose is to raise the grain after sanding. When dry the sealer makes the raised grain go brittle and makes it really easy to remove these annoying nibs that otherwise would make`a final finish feel like a hand full of sand has been thrown into the wet finish. The dried Sealer isn't actually sanded off, but instead it's wiped over with a fine grit abrasive (800 grit or even better still 1200 grit)...

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