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@RH Thanks for sharing your process and insights.

How bad is the smell of the Target CV? Typically I spray cabinet projects in an attached garage at my house so odor and VOC's are a concern. The data sheet lists the VOC's as <100, which seems pretty low.


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@RH Thanks for sharing your process and insights.

How bad is the smell of the Target CV? Typically I spray cabinet projects in an attached garage at my house so odor and VOC's are a concern. The data sheet lists the VOC's as <100, which seems pretty low.


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Since it's a water based product it's not bad at all IMO. My shop is in attached area of our home and, unlike some other products I work with, I never notice it creeping into other parts of the house. That's one of the reasons I use and like it.
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questions are above in the original message.

The bigger question is, could you just shade with the tinted WB conversion varnish and then clear coat with the same WB conversion varnish?
I've always turned down these types of jobs because of a lack of knowledge or experience. I've never done new construction staining and have no experience with clear coats although it looks easy to do. I always turn those jobs down. Now that the economy is tighter,I might have to learn.

Chris,the Idaho painter did a video on shading. He had a problem with fish eye when shading an old poly,lacquered or varnished surface.(I forget which one it was)
Sorry, MS - just saw this yesterday. I will try and give you a complete response to your questions in the next day or two.
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