bassman Posted February 26, 2005 Report Share Posted February 26, 2005 After initial testing of KTM-9, I am very pleased by the results. I used it on a piece of mahogany with syst. 3 epoxy as the grain filler and "grain popper". Brushing it on left me with a bit more leveling to do, and some extremely fine (smaller than pinpoint) divits from air bubbles. I buffed it up to a very high gloss. The finish has great depth and clarity- aside from the tiny air bubble divits (which I will find out how to avoid)- it looks damn sweet. I used the links on LMII to both Mike Doolin's and John Grevens tutorials as a starting point- extremely helpful. As for the hardness- I will have to wait for it to fully cure before I can determine that. People who have seen the testing piece on laying my dining room table have commented, without prodding or even being directed to it ("Wow, look at that finish-it's beautiful"). When it is more fully cured I will post results of its hardness. Feel free to ask me questions. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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