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Soapstone Owners...I'm loving this stuff

Posted by gam51 (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 11, 12 at 12:42

I read about a soapstone protector in a recent magazine so decided to try some. I LOVE how this stuff makes my soapstone feel. I like it so much better than mineral oil or beeswax that I have used since we installed our soapstone several years ago. It is called Soapstone Sealer and Wood Wax. I got it from realmilkpaint.com I don't know yet if it lasts as long as they say, but so far I am really happy with it.


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RE: Soapstone Owners...I'm loving this stuff

Thanks for the link!
Question - Is it shiny after buffing?


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RE: Soapstone Owners...I'm loving this stuff

It has a nice patina but no shine like I was getting right after using other products. Feels good too!


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RE: Soapstone Owners...I'm loving this stuff

Thanks forvthe timely suggestion,I had been just begun to research beeswax for my soapstone. I think I might give this a try.


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RE: Soapstone Owners...I'm loving this stuff

I have been using a similar product called "Soapstone Enhancer" from Green Mountain Soapstone. It works very well.
I just wanted to mention in case you all wanted to compare prices.


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