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Pumice stone is a powdered igneous or volcanic rock, contains silicon oxide and aluminum oxide, generates a very fine powder that is used for various finishing techniques.
Obtained from high purity silicate stones, it is especially valued as a filler in crankpin or French polish finishes.
Despite its opaque coloration, mixing this powder with shellac produces a transparent finishing paste.
Its use as a filler, mixed with alcohol and in certain cases some oil, to fill pores, seeks to obtain a smooth surface on which the final finish is easy to apply. It can also be mixed with water or liquid paraffin for other types of finishes.
The aim of the shellac finish is to protect the wood by closing the pores and making it hard and elastic.
250 ml bottle