View a Larger Image of Satin Lacquer Solvent Based Aerosol 13 oz
description text
  • View a Different Image of Satin Lacquer Solvent Based Aerosol 13 oz
  • Default
Item 146950
Model 63281

Watco - Satin Lacquer Solvent Based Aerosol 13 oz

$10.99

This is quite simply the finest brushing and spraying lacquer available today. A crystal-clear, super durable finish (or sealer) that dries in 30 minutes and can be re-applied without having to...

Compare With

Details

This is quite simply the finest brushing and spraying lacquer available today. A crystal-clear, super durable finish (or sealer) that dries in 30 minutes and can be re-applied without having to sand. What could be easier? Available in quarts and 13 oz (net weight 11-1/4 oz) Aerosols.

  • Fast-drying
  • Available in Gloss, Semi-Gloss or Satin finish
  • The finest lacquer available
  • Apply to doors, cabinets, and paneling for a crystal-clear, durable wood finish and seal
  • Dries in 30 minutes

Instructions / MSDS

Articles & Blogs

Woodburning1

When our patrons call for customer service on products, you can bet they are not just ordinary people answering the phones.  They are very knowledgeable regarding all of our product lines and most are also woodworkers in different venues.  Some have taken woodworking classes, furthering their education to support the Woodcraft effort, and some even teach classes within our Woodcraft hometown store in Parkersburg, WV.  Some are avid woodworkers with various size woodshops at home, spending relaxing times enjoying the passion for woodworking.  One of our customer service team members and special artisans in Woodburning is Sam Dulin.

Read More >
Goboard1

In this day and age of electronic games, there are still a few games left to play without the aid of technology, but with the use of good old fashioned brain power.  Similar to Chess or Checkers/Draughts, “GO” is an attack-capture board strategy game played on a 19″ x 19″ wood grid for two players.  This size board is typically used for tournament play.  The game originated in China about 2500 years ago using a 17″ x 17″ grid board, but changed as it became more prevalent in Japan and Korea.  Beginners usually start with a 9″ x 9″ or 13″ x 13″ board.

Read More >

Reviews

2.0 out of 5 stars
1 Review
  1. 2.0 out of 5 stars
    by on

    Easy to use.. not good for anything you will touch a lot

    I used this on a maple guitar neck over some sealer. It went on great, nice n smooth and sanded easily however after 2 weeks of "curing" I do not think I am going to be able to use this neck. The stuff just comes off on your fingers. Your hands feel sticky and tacky after holding the neck even for just a moment or two. I have sprayed Mohawk/Behlin lacquer and others without this issue. This lacquer is cheap and easy to use, but it simply does not hold up to instruments or hand tools...

Top of Page