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Anybody use this product? Our local rep wants us to try on kitchen cabinets. We have never heard of it. Is it any good. The rep claims it surpasses Advance, Breakthrough or Emerald durability
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Anybody use this product? Our local rep wants us to try on kitchen cabinets. We have never heard of it. Is it any good. The rep claims it surpasses Advance, Breakthrough or Emerald durability
Haven't used it but the catalyst is aziridine. Probably similar to other waterborne acrylic 'lacquers' I would guess.

Lenmar and general finishes have one too that I'm looking to try out
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Who's Selling it??
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Who's Selling it??
Diamond Vogel is a regional midwest US paint brand that sells through their own company owned stores.
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Diamond Vogel is a regional midwest US paint brand that sells through their own company owned stores.
Didn't they buy old master's?
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Didn't they buy old master's?
I believe so.
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How is that old master's clear coat BTW? Is it a step above Minwax? Sorry for highjacking thread.

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How is that old master's clear coat BTW? Is it a step above Minwax? Sorry for highjacking thread.

Havn't used much of it. Only ever sold 1 gallon. Supposed to be a good product though.


BTW I think just about everything is a step above minwax
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Havn't used much of it. Only ever sold 1 gallon. Supposed to be a good product though.


BTW I think just about everything is a step above minwax
My fecal matter is a step above minwax.
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I use a good bit of Old Master's water-based poly and I've been very pleased with the results. Like the oil-based version, you only need to apply two coats to get that "baby-butt" smooth look and feel. Don't know if that's the clear coat you were referencing.
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I use a good bit of Old Master's water-based poly and I've been very pleased with the results. Like the oil-based version, you only need to apply two coats to get that "baby-butt" smooth look and feel. Don't know if that's the clear coat you were referencing.
Wow! Instead of the 8-9 coats and excessive sanding it takes with Minnywax? Why wood anyone do such a thing?
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How is that old master's clear coat BTW? Is it a step above Minwax? Sorry for highjacking thread.

I know its an old thread but in case its helpful later....

Before I was licensed (& knew of the endless world of products) Iíd buy whatever was available at VP (Vista Paint) or DE (Dunn Edwards).

They stock a lot of Old Masters & I loved (still love) their stains so I started using the clear coat too.

Found it to perform great! I liked it so well that it was all I used besides GF high performance for many years. Canít recall having issues (likely wouldíve been newbie errors if so) & recall loving how easy it applied and that it cured to a very durable topcoat over stains.

My constant chase of the illusive dragon means Iíd forgotten all about it till now. Just checked the shop & found a nearly empty (hardened) can at the back of a shelf haha!

Maybe I should pick some up again soon & see if I still feel the same about it now...although tis prolly banned in so california now :/
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Hmm interesting- the TDS says its a self- linking 1 component acrylic with 29-31% solids & you can add Cross- Linker (PZ-45), 1% by volume...sounds like it would be promising!
@PACman can it be purchased in the west?
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Hmm interesting- the TDS says its a self- linking 1 component acrylic with 29-31% solids & you can add Cross- Linker (PZ-45), 1% by volume...sounds like it would be promising!
@PACman can it be purchased in the west?

Have you given the waterborne megavar a try? Single component and should be easy to get your hands on a gallon in CA since the Oakland warehouse stocks it. Self cross linking but can be optionally post catalyzed with PZ.


http://www.lenmar-coatings.com/produ...rethane-finish
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I know its an old thread but in case its helpful later....

Before I was licensed (& knew of the endless world of products) Iíd buy whatever was available at VP (Vista Paint) or DE (Dunn Edwards).

They stock a lot of Old Masters & I loved (still love) their stains so I started using the clear coat too.

Found it to perform great! I liked it so well that it was all I used besides GF high performance for many years. Canít recall having issues (likely wouldíve been newbie errors if so) & recall loving how easy it applied and that it cured to a very durable topcoat over stains.

My constant chase of the illusive dragon means Iíd forgotten all about it till now. Just checked the shop & found a nearly empty (hardened) can at the back of a shelf haha!

Maybe I should pick some up again soon & see if I still feel the same about it now...although tis prolly banned in so california now :/
Ya, I ended up using it on a bunch of chairs that I'm working on. Old masters stain and semi-gloss oil poly. Both products very nice to use, although you have to be pretty quick when brushing the poly so it doesn't tack up on you..but that's like any of them I'm sure. Fine with 2 coats..
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Have you given the waterborne megavar a try? Single component and should be easy to get your hands on a gallon in CA since the Oakland warehouse stocks it. Self cross linking but can be optionally post catalyzed with PZ.


http://www.lenmar-coatings.com/produ...rethane-finish

Yep I picked up your recommendation that day I was strugglin to get the MDF lacquer style finish right.

Worked like a dream!! Actually been waitin for another project itíll be perfect for cuz I wanna play around with it more
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