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Colloquially, people use the term urethane to refer to a type of varnish, while the ... Polyurethanes are produced by a variety of companies, and they come in a ...


Feb 19, 2015 ... That is an oxymoron - spar is soft and resists UV rays, poly is hard and ... the wood, but also leave a thin surface film - a cross between oil and film finish. ... Reactive finishes, like paint, varnish, and polyurethane, react with the air ..... Paint , such as "milk paint" was used to hide the differences in the wood.


Nov 27, 2013 ... Let me start off by saying...I ain't no furniture painting expert. I'm just a girl, a SAHM, a wife, and DIYer who can't sit still so I started painting ...


It's the difference between “physics” and “chemistry.” ... polyurethane, spar, wiping and gel varnish); Water-based finish (a finish that thins and cleans up with  ...


Feb 24, 2014 ... If you have polyurethane on them, you'll need to sand your floors .... the floors which would have involved sanding in between coats. ... Alternate product I was considering for the two back room floors: Marine Spar Varnish.


Feb 25, 2015 ... And then it's sprayed with 3 coats of lacquer, also sanded between each coat. ... it with your preferred top coat like varnish, shellac, lacquer or polyurethane. ... and you'll notice the difference between a finish with the grain filled and one .... sand up to 220, apply straight spar varnish - he liked Man O' War.


So what are the real differences between the various varnishes available? ... They can be modified with polyurethane to speed the drying rate up and ... Within this broad range of varnish types International offers two types, Goldspar Original  ...


With winter just around the corner (hopefully) I am going to varnish my wood ... about the difference between spar varnish and spar urethane.


Sep 19, 1999 ... Helmsman Spar Varnish and others by Glidden, Behr, ... There is very little difference between raw wood and raw wood with wax in an exterior application. Shellac ... This is particularly true if the varnish is a polyurethane type.