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Deft

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1-Aerosol Gloss Interior Clear Wood Finish Lacquer

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Your finest brushing lacquer. Crystal clear lacquer finish that applies easily with a brush or pad. Seals and finishes interior wood furniture, cabinets, paneling, bar tops, and crafts. Fine for use on rosewoods and other exotic hardwoods. Dries to touch in 30 minutes with no sanding between coats. Resists yellowing, easy touch-up, and won't brush mark. Alcohol and fruit juice resistant. Won't skin over or harden in the can.

  • Dries to touch in 30 minutes
  • Self-leveling formula requires no sanding between coats
  • Won't brush mark
  • Easy touch-up
  • Alcohol, fruit juice, and water resistant
  • Won't skin over or harden in can
  • Prevents tarnishing of indoor metals, brass, and silver
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Can this be used on floors

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On the back of the can it reads in bold letters at the top "NOT RECOMMENDED FOR WOOD FLOORS OR EXTIEROR USE" so you could but when the manufacturer tells you that, you're not going to get quality results if you do use it on flooring. I believe foot traffic will be too much for it. I suggest an oil based product.
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Can you use this over painted furniture

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Yes, you can apply this over a painted surface.
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Would it be better to use the spray if I'm refinishing dining room chairs?

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I'm refinishing an old dining room set. I would like to use the Deft Clear on the table using a brush. But I'm thinking I may want to spray the chairs. All of the furniture has been stripped and has been restained.
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can I spray nitrocellulose lacquer over Acrylic paint?

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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product Easy to Use I purchased this can of Lacquer by Deft and one from Rust-oleum. Both have a very nice smooth finish. Deft to me is easier to work with. The spray is wider than the Rust-oleum which covers a wider area which I'm use too with spray cans. You can apply several coats with about a 30 minute wait between them which worked out fine for me to go do other things and then come back and apply another coat. There was no running at anytime. No clogging of the nozzle, but then I followed the directions and cleaned it after every use. Great product and glad I used it for this project. October 8, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by My 'Go-To' coat of choice I've used this for various projects ranging from fine wood turnings to scroll saw fretwork. Applies even, smooth and requires little or no sanding between coats. Spray on application gives me a desired finish in as little as 2-3 coats. I'm done searching for a better finish ... I've found Deft! October 5, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Finnish Great stuff however, in order to get that pro finish, you need about 8 to 9 cotes of the spray. For mirror finishing, 9 to 11 cotes, wet sand with 1800 or 2000 grit sandpaper, a good furniture compound, buffer pad, high speed drill. With a little work you have that Piano mirror Finnish! May 13, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Deft Lacquer Not Good I got a quart of deft lacquer and it has been a disaster. I finally sanded it all off and will go and get a diffrerent lacquer. The Deft did not ever dry evenly or smoothly at any strenght .. not just brush strokes but blotchy and uneven .. that meant .. put it on, sand it off, put it on sand it off .. maybe five or six times and I finally had to realize it is NEVER going to go on right and the surface will never be something DEFT likes. No amount of sanding or cleanign or priming or finishing .. or diluting will ever make Deft a workable lacquer. I have previously used Rustoleum so that may be what I will go and buy now. This Deft is three weeks and a lot of sanding and false starts. I will never use it again. August 12, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by good lacquer This was the first time I used this particular lacquer, and I am very impressed. I used it for a high gloss finish on a humidor. I build custom guitars and usually get Mcfadden Nitro(Seawards, is what I think it is called now). I treated it as if it was an instrument and had terrific results. Just watch out not to spray to heavy of a coat, it sprays VERY thin, other than that no complaints. December 18, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by real nitro; works just fine as it should I'm refinishing a piano, of all things. For the body, I'm using a spray gun and buying lacquer by the gallon. But for other things, this is perfect. Harder to reach nooks and crannies. Small parts-- like the dampers. Repairs. It sticks to brass and steel OK, too. The gloss is a nitrocellulose, too-- time tested and classic, and importantly, the original chemistry used on millions of pianos and guitars since the 1930s! So good for many instrument repairs (but always check first). The semi-gloss and satin do NOT say that they're nitro lacquers, so be careful. That's why I'm buying the gloss. If I want satin, a bit of rouge and a rag will do nicely to turn gloss to satin. Not all lacquers are the same chemistry at all. September 5, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by good stuff go to lacquer. believe it or not, alot of luthiers and instrument makers use this stuff. the only problem is you not getting a good deal compared to more expensive brands, they thin it out alot, and has alot of overspray. it sprays on real thin and even, great for getting a super flat finish with effortless sanding in between coats. if you think you need one can, you'll actually need 2 - its really thin. September 9, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best DIY Lacquer I've used Deft lacquer for almost 50 years and have not found a better lacquer for the DIY shop. I have finishes in my home that are 45 years old and look as good as the day they were finished. I've used the brush on and the aerosol spray. Both with superb results. February 25, 2014
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