Midnight & 84° must be close to Summer in Tennessee with a s̲u̲p̲e̲r̲ full Strawberry moon 🌚

Rocks after ‘gem foam’ burnishing stage ❗️

Lapis Lazuli after ‘gem foam’ burnishing
Lapis lazuli after turtle car wax

Leopordite after ‘Gem Foam’
Leopordite after Turtle Car wax
Chrisicola after ‘Turtle car Wax’

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  1. Turtle Wax! Never thought of that. We collected some beautiful pebbles off the beach here in Albania. Of course, they never look quite the same once they dry out, but turtle wax is probably just the thing!

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    1. 💎stones with a ‘mohs scale of hardness’ of 4 or 5 don’t come out as shinny after the tumbling process whilst agates #7-8 hardness do shine. I like the car wax better then baby / mineral oil & it makes the mustang shine too 😉

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  2. Oh , these are gorgeous agates. I’m glad you’re having so much fun with your rock tumblers. Why are all these named after turtle car wax?

    I forgot to look at the strawberry moon last night. Did you see it? I went to the movie I got home a little before dark so I could’ve spent time in it open area to watch it. Darn

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    1. I was enjoying the thunder storms you sent me so I missed the first ‘super moon’ of the summer 🌚 rocks of mohs scale of hardness less then 6 don’t come out as shinny as #7 or 8 agates so I use car wax to shine them up, Mineral/baby oil is to messy 😉

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    1. Yes I do … after the final stage of polishing, wearing rubber gloves 😉 The applicator that comes with the wax might be fine for a mustang’s fender but is not useful on stones ❗️

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