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I’ve been reading posts about stock refinishing and I am moving through the wet sanding progression, however, I’ll need to buff the stock at the end of the process before I wax it.

Does anyone have a product recommendation, I’d prefer to do it manually than under power?

I do have a low speed bench power buffer, 1750 RPM.

Thanks.


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Harbor freight with a buffing wheel - put it in my vice and manipulate the stock over the buffing pad! Buff the stock after the final coat of teak oil dries for two days, then apply 4-5 coats of Renaissance Wax by hand and buff the wax by hand.

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I have seen guy polish things with a double ended shoe polisher, the kind that have a switch on a pole and you polish you shoes while your wearing them. you can find them at thrift stores every now and then.

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