|Item Weight||2.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||2.4 x 4.5 x 7.5 inches|
|Item model number||68141|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Rust-Oleum 68141 Watco Wipe On Polyurethane Finish, Quart, Clear Satin
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- Great for high detailed pieces
- Guards against general household stains
- Hand rubbed polyurethane protection
- Apply to furniture, cabinets, doors, countertops, paneling and more
- Protects against water, stains, household chemicals, and general wear and tear
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Polyurethane protection with hand rubbed beauty! This is a super durable polyurethane finish that is easily hand rubbed onto wood. It provides a strong, clear protective finish against water, stains, and rigorous wear and tear. It’s an ideal way to protect wood surfaces that have been stained with WATCO Danish Oil Finishes.
From the Manufacturer
WATCO Wipe-On Poly provides the protection of a polyurethane finish that is easily hand-applied to wood. With Wipe-On Poly, you can easily protect furniture with intricate and ornamental designs, or with corners and crevices difficult to reach with a brush. Please read product labels for additional directions and precautions before using.
Top Customer Reviews
Strongly recommend Watco Danish Oil - brush on to your fine wood object and let it soak in for 10 mins. Brush on some more oil and wait 10 mins more. Wipe off excess oil. Let dry for 2-3 days before applying Wipe-On Poly.
Use Watco Wipe-On Poly on top of the well dried Danish Oil finished wood surface. Apply or wipe on with a clean rag or dryish brush dipped in same. Leave a very thin coat and let dry 4 hours. Apply again. Dry 4 hrs or overnight. Lightly sand down with a 240 grit sandpaper. Apply last thin coat with brush or rag. Let this cure for a week to harden completely. It will be dry to the touch in 4 hrs, but complete curing takes about a week, like any paint or varnish.
If you are doing a picture frame, or piece of furniture, this Poly is a great sealer. If you are refinishing an artisan jewelry box with inlaid wood and you want a finish that glides like satin under your fingers, this is not the right finish. Instead, you want the Watco Satin Wax finish on top of the Watco Danish Oil finish. If you did the right sanding job with 400 or 600 grit Wet Dry sandpaper on the Danish oil finish, the Satin Wax will feel like silk as a last top coat finish. However, the wax does not seal the wood as well as the Poly does.
I have also tested this Poly on top of Boiled Linseed Oil finished wood, and it held up very well. Just be sure to let the wood dry out between an oil application and this Poly topcoat. I like using an oil on wood as it is like using cream on dry skin, conditioning the dry wood nicely before being sealed off. Poly is an excellent fine wood finish, seals wood well, and is super easy to apply. Highly recommend in any wood shop.
Update: I just love this stuff. My latest project was to convert some 50w LED security lights into portable work lights on stands. I connected each base of 4x4 scraps to a security light using a pillar made from scrapped old closet rods. After putting things together, I realized the abused old closet rods were delivering splinters. 1 coat of this poly wiped on, and the junk closet rods looked like new. It soaked in deeply, which seemed to rehydrate the wood, pulling in the splinters. The poly also worked like a glue to hold the splinters tight to the wood, plus it covered the splinter tips, so they couldn't break human skin. I added a 2nd coat of poly w/o sanding, which completely covered the splinter tips, while also delivering a slightly rough surface (great for grabbing and moving the lights). I'd expected a delicate coating (like with spar varnish), but this poly soaked in to create a tough coating which isn't just connected to itself on the surface. I'm a big fan of Watch Danish Oil for staining wood, and this poly had a similar effect. The wood darkened at least a shade, with all the damaged areas suddenly blending in beautifully. If I ever again buy an old home with worn out closet rods, they're getting a coat of this poly before deciding whether to replace them. I've now used over half of this quart of wipe-on poly, and have yet to be disappointed. It's super easy to apply, hides flaws, looks gorgeous. and is a tough coating which will last.
I would prefer that this satin finish have even less shine and I do suggest the mfg. considers this change in the formula.