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Minwax 8 oz. Satin Polycrylic Protective Finish
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Minwax

8 oz. Satin Polycrylic Protective Finish

$898 /each

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Minwax Polycrylic Protective Finish is a protective top-coat for use on interior wood surfaces including furniture, trim, doors and cabinets. It can be used over bare wood and both oil-based and water-based stains. Polycrylic can be recoated in only 2 hours. Minwax Polycrylic resists damage from abrasion, scuffing, chipping, water, alcohol and other common household chemicals.

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Why would this product NOT be good to use on exterior wood lawn ornaments?

Asked by: JohnnyB
Hello. The Polycrylic will not hold up to being outside. It does not offer UV or moisture protection. Using this product outside will result in it peeling/flaking off the surface. Regards, Minwax Customer Support
Answered by: MINWAX
Date published: 2017-04-24

Is this will turn white painted kitchen cabinets like yellow after time of application?

Is this will turn white painted kitchen cabinets like yellow after time of application?
Asked by: Sochy
Hello. Our Polycrylic Clear Finish will not yellow or amber. However, the paint is recommended to fully cure for 30 days if it is latex-based. Oil-based paint will require a 7 day cure period. Make sure as well to dull the paint if it has a sheen. Regards, Minwax Product Support
Answered by: MINWAX
Date published: 2017-04-12

Do you sell this size in a matt finish that I can use as a test?

Do you sell this size in a matt finish that I can use as a test?
Asked by: Donna
Hello. Yes we do make the Polycrylic in a half pint size can. Regards, Minwax Customer Service
Answered by: MINWAX
Date published: 2017-03-28

will polycrylic turn into a hard plastic type of finish? I already used minwax stain polyurethane and I need a hard sur

It is being applied on a guitar body
Asked by: Marc
Hello. Our Polycrylic Finish once cured does provide a hard, protective finish. There are other finishes such as epoxies that do provide a harder finish. Regards, Minwax Customer Service
Answered by: MINWAX
Date published: 2017-03-15
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8 oz. Satin Polycrylic Protective Finish is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Water Based Poly Has Come a Long Way Simply stated this product goes on easily, looks and protects great, and cleans up in a snap. I have previously had bad luck with water based poly as manufacturers have been developing them over the years. I typically used oil based finshes or shellac in the past for the ease of application and forgiving results. This is the first time I've used water based poly in years and I couldn't have been more pleased with the results. See the attached picture for more details and visual results.
Date published: 2014-02-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for light-colored projects This is what you want for projects stained with natural or lighter-colors. I think that's really the only reason I ever buy this. The finish isn't as nice looking or feeling as an oil-based in my opinion but maybe a few more coats would do the trick (I usually go down to #0000 and 2500 grit after final coat dries completely). I would use oil-based polyurethane in pretty much every single other case but that isn't how it is so this is a staple for most.
Date published: 2016-10-18
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