In spite of my normal method, 0000 wire wool lubricated with Johnsons wax polish which has never failed to bring forth a glass like finish, the more rubbing the higher the shine!, yesterday at the Perth Wood Show I watched a demonstration on finishing by a professional woodworker and teacher of fine furniture making. He had a coffee table top which had been sprayed with several coats of lacquer and had what appeared to be a perfect low sheen finish. he demonstrated how to remove an imagined insect in the finish, stressing that if such a thing happens, don't attempt to remove it whilst wet. he used a piece of 1200 grade wet or dry with some water and rubbed with the grain, assuring us that it was not possible to "go through the surface". After this he went through three grades of liquid auto type abrasives, only two or three drops with a little water and used a random orbital sander putting no pressure on it and wiping the surface and changing the pad between grades. Whilst the finish looked and felt like a mirror, he still finished with a few drops of liquid wax and the final result was breathtaking. What's just as important was the fact that no physical effort was required. I hope this may be of some help, I'm certainly going to try it.
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