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    Beall In Advance

    I am currently building up wood turning inventory for a craft show coming in a few months. Most pieces were finished with WDO and are well dry. I plan to run all the pieces through the 3-steap Beall system (except the walnut, I'll skip the white diamond on those).

    To avoid a mad rush the week before the craft show, I'd prefer to do my buffing -including the carnuba wax step - now, then put the pieces in storage containers until time to set out in my booth.

    Is this feasible, or do I need to wait until just-before-display to do the carnuba wax step??

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    I don't do the shows but I buff some of my stuff as you describe and the carnuba wax holds its shine as long as the project is just sitting there.

    Mike
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    Thanks Mike, that's essentially what I wanted to know.

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    Carnuba is "hard" and should be just fine if you pack things appropriately.
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    Thanks Jim

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