|Item Weight||1.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||2.9 x 3 x 2.9 inches|
|Item model number||233334444|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Minwax 233334444 Minwaxc Polycrylic Water Based Protective Finishes, 1/2 Pint, Satin
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A fast-drying, crystal clear finish that cleans up with water. It has low odor, making it ideal for year-round use. Great for any interior wood surface, especially over light woods or pastel stained woods. Minwax polycyclic protective finish. 0.5 point. Finish - satin.
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Minwax is America's leading brand of wood finishing and wood care products. From staining and protection, to preparation, maintenance, cleaning and repair, Minwax makes and keeps wood beautiful.
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1. Technique really will solve most, but not all, the bubble issue. And a decent brush.
2. Applying in a basement, in winter, with dry heat makes this stuff set up quickly.
3. Try diluting it. I started running low on a non-critical piece. So I dumped some water in (30%?), mixed it up, and slopped it on, violating every single technique thing I'd learned. In fact, I went out of my way to introduce bubbles. Came back 30 minutes later and it was the best application of the entire project.
4. If you DO use proper technique, it goes on super thick. It uses a ton of product. And then you've got to sand and hit it with another coat. I suspect that spraying a diluted version of the product would be the ideal solution. If I even do a project this large again, I'll either wait until summer and use oil-based (outside so I don't turn the house into a toxic waste dump) or buy a sprayer.
5. Super thick makes it look very plastic-y. It's one reason I want to get away from Poly entirely.