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lapainter 06-11-2015 05:14 PM

Pine tongue & groove
 
I've got 1000 feet of pine tounge & grove under a customers porches. They want it sealed with no or very little sheen to keep the natural look of the wood. My supplier recomended breakthrough clear, but I'm scared of the sheen. Any ideas on what I could use that would go on somewhat fast with little shine? Thanks in advance

Gwarel 06-11-2015 06:08 PM

I recently used a toner from PPG, I believe it was a Sunproof product, that was clear and had very little sheen.

LA Painter 06-11-2015 07:32 PM

Natural semi-trans stain?

gabe 06-11-2015 07:58 PM

Dull lacquer , water borne dull, breakthrough satin clear is a good product just has a little sheen.

lapainter 06-11-2015 10:21 PM

Thanks yall, I'm gonna do a sample with the breakthrough satin for the customer. I think they'll be satisfied.

Roamer 06-12-2015 02:25 PM

Sikkens SRD

http://www.perfectwoodstains.com/vie...mi-transparent

DrakeB 06-12-2015 03:02 PM

http://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/f...c-polyurethane

Benwood Stays Clear in flat?

Jmayspaint 06-12-2015 04:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Woodford (Post 814929)


Nope, very bad idea. I thought that would work for porch ceilings and soffits at one time too. After all, it would get no sun or direct weather, why wouldn't it work?

We used it on a couple new houses about 12 years ago on just the soffits and porch ceilings. In both cases the coating eventually became impregnated with mildew. It's literally growing inside the film and cannot be removed short of stripping. I've fixed part of it on one house, still have more to do.

I started a thread about this a long time ago, I'll see if I can dig it up later. In any case, as awesome as Stays Clear is it doesn't cut the mustard outside even for a ceiling. At least in my climate.

Wildbill7145 06-12-2015 04:08 PM

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Originally Posted by Jmayspaint (Post 815073)
Nope, very bad idea. I thought that would work for porch ceilings and soffits at one time too. After all, it would get no sun or direct weather, why wouldn't it work?

We used it on a couple new houses about 12 years ago on just the soffits and porch ceilings. In both cases the coating eventually became impregnated with mildew. It's literally growing inside the film and cannot be removed short of stripping. I've fixed part of it on one house, still have more to do.

I started a thread about this a long time ago, I'll see if I can dig it up later. In any case, as awesome as Stays Clear is it doesn't cut the mustard outside even for a ceiling. At least in my climate.

But it's only recommended for interior use? At least the product mentioned.

Jmayspaint 06-12-2015 04:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Wildbill7145 (Post 815097)
But it's only recommended for interior use? At least the product mentioned.


Right. Was a big mistake.

DrakeB 06-12-2015 04:37 PM

I must have misunderstood where he was putting it, I thought somewhere completely out of the weather (both sun and moisture). At any rate, yah, I wouldn't put it anywhere it would get damp or direct exterior sunlight.


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