General Finishes - HP Polyurethane Top Coat, Semi-Gloss, Quart
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...
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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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"Easy to use and looks great"
I purchased this product after watching Marc Spagnulo's videos over the past year. Marc swears by this product so I thought I would try it out. It is great. It goes on easy and dries quickly. After a couple of hours and a light sanding I was ready to apply a second coat. This will cut down my finish time in half. Because of it being water based, clean up is a breeze.
Hi Performance is an apt name
I tried this top coat, along with General Finishes water based sanding sealer as my first use of water based wood finishing. I am hooked, and will never go back to solvent based finishes. Three coats, with light sanding between coats, and I had a smooth, hard finish on an oak dining table I was refinishing. Two more coats on the tabletop and most of the open grain of the red oak was filled. It is very fast drying but flows out very smooth. I was using it in 90 degree weather and it was ready to sand in about an hour, with very little clogging of the sandpaper.