Burnishing Bone

From one extreme of the equipment world to the other.  No self respecting framer should be without his/her burnishing bone as it sorts out one of the most annoying problems in mount cutting. It is ideal for settling down material along the bevel cut and, in particular, in the corner of the window, if the action of cutting has slightly raised the surface of the material.  And, because it is made from natural bone it avoids creating a sheen on the board. 

Better than using the back of a nail and it saves needing an emergency manicure afterwards - or so Alex says!

 

Posted on: 27-Sep-2006@08:23:19, updated on: 27-Sep-2006@08:23:19.

 
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