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Dr. Kirk's Micro Magic Polishing Wax

Dr. Kirk's Micro Magic Polishing Wax
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Dr. Kirk's Micro Magic Polishing Wax


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    Dr. Kirk’s Micro Magic is a revolutionary new micro crystalline sanding system developed specifically for creating a flawless surface on turned acrylic, polyester and stabilized woods. Dr. Kirk’s Micro Magic is an easy 3 step system that works its magic in only minutes leaving you with a perfect surface without the hassle of wet sanding. Made in the USA

    We guarantee Micro Magic will outperform any micro abrasive sheet system or your money back!
  • Produces a perfect, scratch-free surface on plastics and stabilized woods
  • Superior results in a fraction of the time
  • Perfect for sanding beads, coves and small details
  • Easy to use - apply with a paper towel or rag
  • Eliminates messy wet-sanding
  • Superior to traditional micro sanding sheet
  • Color coded 3 step process: No. 1 (Red), No. 2 (White), No. 3 (Blue)
  • 1 oz.

  • No. 1 - Approx. 3,000-4,000 grit
    No. 2 - Approx. 6,000-7,000 grit
    No. 3 - Approx. 12,000 grit
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Comments On Nov 01, 2023:This system reduces the time to finish CA or acrylics from 45 minutes to 5 minutes. Plus, no mess caused by wet sanding (water on your steel lathe parts, etc.). I always used the six-pad wet sanding (just bought two new sets at the same time I ordered this), and I doubt I will wet sand again. I've made hundreds of pens, and I'm amazed how fast this works. Sand to 600 grit, apply these three waxes, and within 5 minutes you've got a perfect high-gloss finish. Done. This will be my go-to finishing system for CA, acrylics, and stabilized wood from now on. I'm amazed.

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Easy to apply

Comments On Mar 24, 2022:I bought this after watching the video. I was going to use this on acrylic but, I am not making anything with acrylic at the moment. So far I have used this on wood only. I am very pleased with the results. I sand the pieces down to 600 grit. Then I apply the wax. This provides a great base to apply the 3 part wax also by Dr Kirk. The product is easy to apply and you only need a very small amount.

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Best thing since sliced bread

Comments On Mar 10, 2022:Best thing since sliced bread. I was getting really tired of wet sanding with Micro Mesh and saw this product and decided to give it a try. I get 98% of the finish with 20% of the work on acrylics and especially acrylester. Fantastic time savings and looks great too.

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Dr. Kirk hits a home run!

Comments On Apr 23, 2020:The illustrious and sometimes infamous Dr. Kirk has hit a home run again! His Scratch Free is a home run. This product is a whole new level. So far, I have only used this product on BLO/CA finished wood pens and I can see there is no longer a need to do any further buffing or polishing to get an outstanding finish.

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Comments On Jan 15, 2015:My first couple of acrylic projects came out kind of lackluster. After investing in some Micro Magic, everything I make sparkles like a disco ball. Great stuff. I'll always have it in my shop.

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Great for Acrylics

Comments On Feb 01, 2014:This polishing wax system works great on acrylics and better than I thought it would! Doesn't take much wax either, so this will last a long time.
It says it produces a nice finish on CA glue on wood. I was unable to get as shiny a finish on CA as with OneStep Plastic Polish.

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