Just wondering, I use friction polish on most of my spindle work pieces. It would be nice if I could add some color to the friction polish for some items. I realize it would just be a transparent layer of color, but sometimes that is just enough. I tried adding green food coloring to a small bottle of friction polish. I added approx 12 drops of green food coloring to 1.5 oz of friction polish. The friction polish was a dark green. The result was a really pale transparent yellow-greenish hue. It was so slight, it was a bit disappointing. the addition of more coats really did not deepen the color noticeably. I am going to try more food coloring next time, but I am not real hopeful about the result. My next thought was to try a bit of latex paint mixed with the friction polish. I have been turning some small snow man ornaments out of poplar. Poplar is a dull wood. If I could give them a light white tinge with friction polish, it would make them look brighter and better. And then perhaps black for the hats. I won't have a chance to try the latex paint in the friction polish until next week. So before I ruin any more objects or friction polish perhaps perhaps repeating the efforts of others, has anyone tried this yet? Results?