Brite tone instrument finish

Mauser44

John
User
Hi.
I saw a few youtube videos with woodworkers finishing guitars with Brite tone high solid poly.
Has anyone used it for woodturned items? I would mostly use it for duck/deer calls. How durable is it?
I currently use a bee/caranauba or spar urethane but always looking for "better" finishes.

Do any of the big box places carry a similar product?

Thank you
 

CrealBilly

Jeff
Senior User
I know I'm a one off here but my new favourite finish is 50/50 Beeswax and Mineral oil. It's non toxic, easy to make, easy to apply, easy to clean and easy to repair.
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My second favorite go-to finish is 50/50 oil based high gloss polyurethane and acetone.
 

Mauser44

John
User
I know I'm a one off here but my new favourite finish is 50/50 Beeswax and Mineral oil. It's non toxic, easy to make, easy to apply, easy to clean and easy to repair.
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My second favorite go-to finish is 50/50 oil based high gloss polyurethane and acetone.
I have a mix of beeswax and mineral oil and another with beeswax + caranauba +mineral oil....mostly my go to
What does the acetone achieve with the poly?
 

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