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Thread: Wood polish , Iíve found the best !

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    Join Date: May 2016

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    Default Wood polish , Iíve found the best !

    In my job as maintenance and finishing man I have used a lot of products over the past 20 years and discovered a wood polish about six months which I now use on all my Hifi that in my opinion is unbeatable and so I urge you to buy some .
    .... FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS....!!!!

    HOWARD
    Restor-A-Shine


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    fantastic , must try some of that
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    Phil itís amazing stuff ( Iíve had them all )
    Itís quite hard work though , oh and it has a nice citrus scent too .


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    I've been using Fiddes wax with fine wire wool to good effect. Sometimes with medium wire wool if stains etc bad followed by fine wire wool.

    But this Howard stuff sounds good. I'll give it a go.

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    I seem to recall the NS-1000/NS-1000M were not gloss finished, but rather a satin appearance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    I seem to recall the NS-1000/NS-1000M were not gloss finished, but rather a satin appearance.
    Thatís correct Geoff, theyíre still satin believe it or not itís the way the sunlight has caught them , itís kind of a deep lustre.


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    Quote Originally Posted by andyrlb View Post
    That’s correct Geoff, they’re still satin believe it or not it’s the way the sunlight has caught them , it’s kind of a deep lustre
    And there I was, thinking you'd buggered them up!

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    Ha ! Not a chance mate , I can easily take the shine out with a few weeks of fag smoke
    Not really, I donít smoke in the house.

    Here are the before and after close ups


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    looks good,whats in the tin i wonder?
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    Dunno mate but itís not abrasive and smells nice too .


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