Pepper and Salt mills
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Which finish?
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  Re: Pepper and Salt mills by Bob Atchison (Which finish?...)
I used Shellac on the two I made. I am going to have to buy the forstner bits and extenders again. I know everyone does not put a finish on the inside.

I have a few new types I would like to try.

Arlin
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  Re: Pepper and Salt mills by Bob Atchison (Which finish?...)
I use oil polyurethane or lacquer. after many different hands handle it I want to be able to clean it well/kill germs

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Like Woodshop said, wipe on poly or rattle can lacquer. And we expect pics.

Mel
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I have been using walnut oil.
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