|Part Number||TB 6044 25|
|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4.2 x 4.2 x 4.9 inches|
|Item model number||TB 6044|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Waterlox Original Satin Finish, Quart
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- Produces a satin sheen appearance (20°-25° gloss level).
- Our lowest gloss level offered.
- Like all of our Tung oil finishes, 90% of the resin portion of the formula is from renewable
- Formulated to be used "out of the can
- Formulated as a traditional interior penetrating Tung oil finish
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|Item Dimensions||4.15 x 4.15 x 4.9 in||4.5 x 7.5 x 2.38 in||13.5 x 13.5 x 8.25 in||4.65 x 2.55 x 7.5 in||1.43 x 1.56 x 1.26 in||4.15 x 4.2 x 4.9 in|
This premium tung oil-based, satin wood finish in the Original Formulation goes on easily with brush, lambswool applicator, cloth roller or spray. It resists alcohol, hot liquids and similar problems while sealing the wood and hardening and enhancing the wood’s natural appearance. Waterlox recommends sealing the wood first with their sealer prior to applying the satin. Note: Satin is available in Original and a low VOC Formulation. Both formulas go on easily and offer superior results but should not be used together.
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oh, i also converted a dresser into a vanity for our bathroom and I used it on there as well. One note, it does slightly yellow your stuff, we didn't mind because that was the look we were going for but if you use poly then you will get the same thing.
For the last several months, I've had a contractor helping out with a number of renovations, and he was very concerned about my interest in using a wood top in a bathroom. Some like it, some don't. But, he repeatedly told me that I would have major wood rot problems, and that he didn't think using wood would work. I slowly began to realize that doing this is growing in popularity, and more and more products are becoming available. Ultimately, I picked up a couple of 8' countertop-grade butcher block slabs and headed home. We cut them, and I proceeded with using what Waterlox recommended - starting with the sealer/finish (semi-gloss). I used 2-3 coats, depending on the board. Then, I moved to the satin finish (also purchased here on Amazon.com), applied an additional coat and followed that with a very light sanding to remove the small bumps and rough areas. Lastly, I added the final coat. Beautiful. Water beads, as expected, and I feel that keeping the vanity clean and as free of water as possible would mean a long-lasting life. Oh, note that I also sanded the countertop before ever applying the product, and wiped it down/cleaned it with mineral spirits - very important, don't forget to do that!
Hope you like the pictures. We love the new bathrooms!
Oh, and we loved it so much, that I also built a "country/rustic" kitchen island with the same butcher block top; and with the same series of Waterlox applications.
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