Enduro-var Top Coat, Gloss, Quart
When General Finishes first told us about this new water based urethane, to be honest, we were skeptical. However, after testing and using Enduro-Var all skepticism vanished as we realized this was...
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- Self crosslinking polyurethane
- Looks more like an oil varnish than a water coating
- Ambers slightly
- Very durable coating
- High water resistance
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Perfect with one exception! Too amber!
For nearly 20 years I've used water based finishes on my guitars. Water base has come along way and this finish is proof. It's relatively easy to use, sands level and buffs wonderfully, dries quickly, and is very resistant to scratches and chipping. My only issue with it is that the amber tone is not natural in some situations. This probably would not be an issue for most wood projects. GF makes a similar finish (item # 149272) that is water clear but it is not quiet as durable. I would love to see a version of Enduro-Var that is water clear.
Excellent water-based Urethane
Finally, a water-based clear finsh that can totally replace all my favorite solvent-based products! You can color-sand in 12 hours, and the flow out is the best I've seen. I have not sprayed yet, but can't wait. The hardness reminds me of an automotive clear. Amazing!
Fantastis - Nothing to compare it to
This stuff makes a so-so finisher look like a Pro. It is fantastic.