resin Diy sand and polish Tutorial | Make your Resin Diy shinier

resin Diy sand and polish Tutorial | Make your Resin Diy shinier


The effect of shaping and removing coarse lines P240 Grit Sandpaper (If the surface is too rough, use P100 first) Water can cool down also can reduce dust sanding evenly to remove old lines Grind off the old coarse lines and proceed to the next step P320 Grit Sandpaper (It is best to use the same brand of sandpaper) P400 Grit Sandpaper P600 Grit Sandpaper P800 Grit Sandpaper P1200 Grit Sandpaper P1500 Grit Sandpaper P2000 Grit Sandpaper P5000 Grit Sandpaper P7000 Grit Sandpaper polish it with a polishing paste.(1W=P10000)(grit or Car polish can be ) Apply evenly Can use a small electric grinder or hand cloth After washing with water, it is already shiny, but the wood has to be treated. Polished wood wax (wood oil) It allows the wood to be polished and protected Finally, shiny!!!

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  2. Hi, thanks for sharing. Sometimes even after all this I still have very very fine scratch marks, sonthe surface is not like a perfect mirror, is that normal?

  3. your work is perfect.

    what is the trick of making the white lines you make during gelation.

    My white color is falling apart. please reply. I wrote it before.

  4. Nice end result, but 2 comments if I may, before I retired I was a toolmaker in the plastic injection molding industry, my job was mainly to polish steel from machined finish to mirror finish. My first comment is that you should always clean the area before moving onto the next grit of paper, all that residue that's left is the previous courser grit than what you are using now and can get on the paper and contaminate it with the courser grit. And the second one is when sanding and polishing you should always rotate the part its not necessary to be a precise rotation but just rotate it regularly otherwise you get scratches all the same direction and it takes longer to bring it up to the next level, By rotating it you create a very very fine cross hatch which is easier to sand down and polish.

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