Chestnut Friction Polish
Chestnut Friction Polish
£16.85 - £28.96 (£14.04 - £24.13 Ex. VAT)

Chestnut Friction Polish

  • Popular finish for small to medium projects
  • Imparts a wonderful high gloss finish
£16.85 - £28.96 (£14.04 - £24.13 Ex. VAT)

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A very popular finish for small to medium projects, applied with a cloth to the bare wood it imparts a wonderful high gloss finish which dries almost instantaneously with the friction generated by cloth against rotating work.

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Reviews (4)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 3.7 out of 5 based on 4 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews



16 April 2017

tricky for large bowls

Just wanted to confirm another comment, tricky stuff for large bowl, found it tended to 'ridge' when applying as instructed on a running lathe (I ended up re sanding and not using on bowl). Seems ok for small items though. Seems to work a bit better using the cheapest kitchen roll to apply (i.e. the less absorbent the better).


19 February 2016

Not bad

Works well for smaller things like pens, but is tricky to use on a big bowl as it tends to gloop together and become dull, go for mylands friction polish instead, gets a better smoother shine

Mark Leavesley

29 November 2015

Wasteful and not easy to apply...but it does work

I bought this as an alternative to Liberon Woodturners Polish. It doesn't dry "instantly" though it does dry very very quickly, too quickly. Following the instructions on the side of the bottle is basically impossible without problems. What worked very well is using kitchen towel to dab a smear on and rub a small area until it dries. But, because it dries in the towel that part of the towel is no longer usable and the polish that has now dried in it is wasted. I can well forseee wasting half the bottle in dried lumps of kitchen towel. However, with patience I have gotten better results than Liberon and it has much less affect on the colour, which was my biggest problem with the Liberon.


25 March 2010

very easy and good results

very easy to use, and gives good finishes but dont put the polish on polishing mops, due to it drying solid.
must have for beginers

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