Make your wood ready to shine with Yorkshire Grit Woodturners Abrasive Paste!
Yorkshire grit is a fine abrasive in paste form, which greatly reduces scratches left from sandpaper, resulting in a smoother reflective surface.
Use the abrasive paste as a final sanding step of woodturning to give a fine keyed surface, before moving onto the Microfine Abrasive Paste, or go straight to your chosen wax or oil based finish.
The paste is chemical-free, and it eliminates fine dust produced by high grit sandpapers.
HOW TO USE
- Whilst still attached to your lathe, sand your piece to 240-320 Grit or until it’s free of tooling marks.
- Apply the paste in a circular motion with a paper towel.
- Then switch on your lathe and work along your piece with the paper towel.
- Continue working until the paste has broken down, with no residue on the surface.
- Your piece should be dry once you’ve finished, and you will be left with a finish of at least 1000 Grit.
We recommend following up with the Yorkshire Grit Microfine Abrasive Paste for an even smoother finish of at least 2000 Grit - especially for pieces including resin.
Made from mineral oil, lemon oil, beeswax, rotten stone and pumice.
Used 3 times , it’s a really good product sands to an excellent finish with a shiny surface even before polishing .