Gel Satin Topcoat has been a long-time favorite finish of woodworkers, with a heavy-duty oil-and-urethane base that produces a beautiful, hand-rubbed look. Gel Satin Topcoat has a thick consistency, so there are no drips, runs or spills.
All wood projects require preparation sanding before clear coating with a topcoat. If you skip this critical step, your finish may be rough and uneven.
Preparation for Raw WoodSee our video: How to Prep Sand Raw Wood
General Finishes Gel Topcoat Application Steps
Cure TimeOil-based finishes cure and harden for full use after 30 days in ideal conditions. Avoid placing heavy objects on surfaces that have not completely cured. Treat gently, and do not clean with commercial products during the curing period.
Theme by InStijl Media