|Item Weight||2.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.8 x 5.5 x 6.3 inches|
|Item model number||262074|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Rust-oleum poly finish|
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RUST-OLEUM 262074 Varathane Polyurethane Clear Interior Matte Finish
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This product provides scratch and stain resistance. It is durable and convenient to use as well. It is definitely a great quality product.
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I looked up finishing waxes, and they seemed like they would work, but were difficult to apply.
Then I found this stuff. It's exactly what I needed. The finish has a bit of a waxy feel, and is barely noticeable. When you look really really close, you can kind of see it's there. But from any normal distance, it's invisible. I just put on one layer, as it seems like all I need for this application.
Note, you should get a new brush to use with this. You don't want colors mixing in with this finish at all.
The included photos show that shelf, with the polyurethane applied. The wine bottle photo shows how there really is no reflections.
This stuff looks kind of like runny school paste. It goes on white and cloudy but dries very clear. After a few coats, the matte particles do provide just a tiny bit of haziness, but this is minimal and adds to the character a bit. Less coats will result in less haze.
The instructions recommend a minimum of 3 coats. It tends to go on very thin (unless you glob it on, but that is not recommended) and while it is dry to the touch in about 2 hours, the instructions recommend not applying more than 2 coats in a 24-hour period. In other words: you're going to need lots of patience if you want this to look best.
I'm up to 4 coats now but may keep going, as this piece will be near water when it's in use (a bathtub plank). Attached is photo of the piece, where you can see the natural beauty of the wood and its texture is still present.