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General Finishes - HP Polyurethane Top Coat, Satin, Quart



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High Performance Polyurethane, contains all the characteristics of a Poly/Acrylic blend, but also a UV stabilizer to protect it from breaking down in sunlight. This is, without a doubt, the best water based polyurethane on the market today.

This high performance top coat is formulated to resist foaming and prevent sags, and won't run like ordinary water based finishes. Tack free dry time is only 15 minutes. Dry time between coats is 2-4 hours, so you can finish a project in less time.


• Water based

• Formulated to resist foaming and prevent sags

• Won't run like other water based finishes

• Tack free dry time is only 15 minutes

• Dry time between coats is only 2 to 4 hours

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Great Product

    Tested other water based finish from big box store and this product beats it hands down. I roller it on with a foam roller, the stuff drys quickly so the roller worked best for me. I have had to thin a few cans as it came too thick from the factory. The stuff cures so quickly I am able to complete a project in one day. Roll on finish, wait an hour or two, lightly sand smooth, roll on next coat, wait an hour or two, lightly sand and put last coat on. I have used about 3 gallons of this product this last summer and 3 coats seems to be the magic number. But when you can sand it in two hours it is no problem. I finished a large coffee table with it and was able to polish the last coat after waiting over night curing. It would take days for oil based to cure enough for that. It costs a lot more, but you really get what you pay for in this product.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Works great as advertised.

    Used on my 3rd semi-big project. This stuff works just as well as the brands generally available at the big box stores.

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