Once you get used to it, you can coat both sides of a mounted bowl, then remove the whole assembly and stand it upright on the chuck. This allows the self-levelling to do its stuff.CHJ":3rvisqiu said:Hi Ray, how do you manage 'the join' so to speak if coating an 'in the round' object such as a bowl as opposed to a flat surface.
I usually apply a second coat right at the limit of the suggested time, then leave the piece for at least 24 and more usually 48 hours, in a dry cool place, before burnishing. Works a treat. Usual disclaimer - no connection with Rustins, other than as a satisfied customer.Do you go through the Rustins multi coat proceedure of flattening and then burnishing? (long process)
No - I just wax/Danish oil/cover with felt as appropriate.CHJ":1l3lj2uj said:Thanks for the reply Ray, I will give it a try, do you bother to coat the holding recess after main body is set?