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I've become fond of Waterlox *PIC*

Bill Tindall, E.Tn.

Dry enough to handle in 1.5 hours at 85 degrees. Dust-free in not much longer than lacquer on a cold day. I like the color and luster. Dries orders of magnitude faster than P&L 38 with about the same luster and color.

Sand to 220 cherry and 180 walnut. One coat gloss. sand at 400, Top coat of 1 part satin and 3 parts gloss. Sprayed with a 3 parts varnish and 1 part naptha dilution. Result glass smooth.

Waterlox must have a pile of catalyst in the formulation to cure this fast. Cans inerted with nitrogen after use.

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