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Minwax 11.5 oz. High Gloss Helmsman Indoor/Outdoor Spar Urethane Aerosol Spray


11.5 oz. High Gloss Helmsman Indoor/Outdoor Spar Urethane Aerosol Spray

$956 /each

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Product Overview

Protect interior and exterior wood fixtures such as doors, furniture, window sills and bar tops from UV and moisture damage and extreme temperature changes using this Minwax Helmsman 11.5 oz. High Gloss Spar Urethane Aerosol Spray. The oil mixture allows wood to expand and contract naturally with seasonal moisture and temperature changes to improve durability. The spray's 4-hour recoat time makes it easy to apply coats in a short time and the solution dries in as little as 24 hours.

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  • Suitable for application on doors, outdoor wood furniture, window sills, bar tops and other wood surfaces using a synthetic or natural bristle brush
  • High gloss finish offers a lustrous sheen
  • 11.5 oz. spray covers up to 45 sq. ft. to coat a variety of surfaces
  • Oil mixture allows wood to expand and contract naturally to help extend the life of wood fixtures
  • Protects surfaces from UV and moisture damage and extreme temperature changes
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The instructions to recoat in 1.5 hours, but if you wait over 1.5 hours then you need to wait at least 72 hours before recoating. Why?

Asked by: Swanny
I'm not a professional, but I think it is for adhesion of one coat to another. Once the early coats have dried beyond a certain point, adhesion of successive coats can become a problem, eventually creating peeling issues. I'm guessing Minwax is suggesting that 1-1/2 hours is that threshold. (Ever see the clearcoat peeling off those late '80s to mid '90s era Chrysler products?) As for waiting 72 hours, I think at that point the last coat applied should be cured enough to allow decent sanding preparation for proper adhesion of new coat. While sanding between coats is okay early on in the curing process, it would be VERY LIGHT sanding with VERY FINE grit paper to remove dust particles & such. Not exactly the heavier sanding that would be needed to apply a fresh coat over cured material. That's my layman's understanding of it all anyway. Again, I'm no pro. Just have a little bit of experience. Hopefully a professional finisher can jump in here and provide a better answer, 'cuz it's a good question. ;-)
Answered by: jckp
Date published: 2016-12-16

Can this be used on resin yard statues

Asked by: Shay
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