Stone's Diamond Polishing Paste - 1K Grit

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Stones Diamond 1K Polishing Paste makes fine sanding and polishing quick and easily! Turn to desired shape, sand with 320 grit or higher, and let the wonderful paste do the rest for you. Liquid sandpaper for sure! Can be used as a final finish or in combination with any other final finish

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Stone's Diamond Polishing Paste - 1K Grit

New from Eddie Stone! Stone's White Diamond 1K Polishing Paste makes fine sanding and polishing quickly and easily! Turn to the desired shape, sand with 320 grit or higher, and let the wonderful paste do the rest for you. Liquid sandpaper for sure! Can be used as a final finish or in combination with any other final finish

Stones Diamond 1K Paste consists of pharmaceutical grade natural oils, beeswax, and ultra-fine grinding powders, without the use of solvents or other strong smelling and potentially harmful chemicals to produce a creamy abrasive paste. Stones Diamond Paste acts like ‘liquid sandpaper, reducing the scratches left by the initial dry sanding and eliminating the increasingly fine dust produced by traditional sanding. On most woods sanding up to 240 grit is sufficient as a minimum to start with our paste and 320 grit as a minimum for resins. 

All you need is a piece of paper towel or old t-shirt and apply the paste in the same manner as other plastic finishes with the exception of not getting the paste too hot. When the turning achieves your desired finish or when there is no longer any visible residue left on T-shirt from the wood or resins it is finished and can leave with the smooth beautiful finish you just applied or continue on to your desired finish.

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  • Betty Klein
    Aug 14, 2020, 09:39 PM

    Hello, I just purchased your pastes a couple of weeks ago and wondered should they need stirring before dipping in and starting to use? Thanks for any info you can give.

    Administrator
    Aug 18, 2020, 08:05 PM

    Hi Betty! I don't see what it hurt to stir. But unless the paste separated in the heat, you should really need to.