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 Post subject: 1 micron cbn spray vs paste?
PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2012 1:20 pm 
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Subject: Re: What is the difference between Ken's 1 Micron CBN Spray and Ken's CBN Paste if both are the same in micron size ?



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 Post subject: Re: 1 micron cbn spray vs paste?
PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2012 5:22 pm 
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The paste is better for belt sanders. Easier to apply as well imo



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 Post subject: Re: 1 micron cbn spray vs paste?
PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2012 6:47 pm 
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The paste formulations were specifically developed for use on leather and even more specifically for leather belts or in situations where adherence to the substrate is required because of movement. It will also work on leather bench strops. Used on leather, it will also condition the leather.

It is an oil based suspension so the particles will remain suspended. Since it is oil based (and not an oil that will go rancid) it should NOT be used on stones. For most applications the water based slurry or suspensions should be used.

The oil based suspension should be applied sparingly and spread around and rubbed into the leather. I use disposable gloves for this, but spread it as you wish (butterknife, etc). A perfectly even coat is unnecessary.

The bottles are not spray bottles but 'have 'Ketsup bottle' tops, so squeeze a few drops out and spread as needed.

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