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French Polishes

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£9.71 (£11.65 inc VAT)
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£6.72 (£8.06 inc VAT)
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£7.47 (£8.96 inc VAT)
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£12.38 (£14.86 inc VAT)
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£5.29 (£6.35 inc VAT)
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£20.99 (£25.19 inc VAT)
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£22.11 (£26.53 inc VAT)
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£25.92 (£31.10 inc VAT)
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£25.22 (£30.26 inc VAT)
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£22.24 (£26.69 inc VAT)
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£18.02 (£21.62 inc VAT)
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£18.63 (£22.36 inc VAT)
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£24.14 (£28.97 inc VAT)
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£11.57 (£13.88 inc VAT)
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£22.46 (£26.95 inc VAT)

Size:

1L 5L
Size1L
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£22.57 (£27.08 inc VAT)
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£17.25 (£20.70 inc VAT)
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£16.41 (£19.69 inc VAT)
£30.78 (£36.94 inc VAT)
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Size500g
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£14.63 (£17.56 inc VAT)
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£13.16 (£15.79 inc VAT)
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£7.49 (£8.99 inc VAT)
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£8.62 (£10.34 inc VAT)
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£4.95 (£5.94 inc VAT)

French polishes are made up from flaked shellac dissolved in methylated spirit, designed to give a good finish on furniture. The types of shellac used can vary in colour from light clear colour to a dark brown colour. The type of colour to use will mainly depend on the type of timber and furniture.

Said to originate from France in the 15/16 hundreds, french polishing is not something that can be achieved by anybody. To french polish the correct way requires practice and lots of patience.

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