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8 oz. Clear Satin Water-Based Interior Polyurethane (4-Pack)

$4250
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  • Easy to apply superior poly protection for interior wood surfaces
  • Self leveling, smooth clear finish with max top coat durability
  • Fast dry, durable formula covers up to 30 sq. ft. per 8 oz. can
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Varathane 8 oz. Clear Satin Water-Based Interior Polyurethane (4-Pack) is specially formulated to let wood's natural beauty shine through. High clarity protective coating for indoor wood projects provides a crystal clear finish. Premium polyurethane retains the same clear finish as the day it was applied and will not yellow with time.
  • Ideal for protecting interior wood finishing projects and applications including furniture, doors, cabinets and trim
  • Covers up to 30 sq. ft., apply at least 3 coats on surfaces
  • Satin sheen adds a low luster to surfaces in a hard crystal-clear finish
  • Long lasting, durable formula provides abrasion and scratch resistance on surfaces
  • Low odor, water-based formula features outstanding stain resistance for interior wood projects and does not require sanding between coats
  • Dries to touch in 2 hours
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  • Online price includes PaintCare fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, DC, ME, MN, OR, RI, VT, WA
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SheenSatinSatinSatinSatin
Container Size1 Quart8 Ounce1 Quart11.25 Ounce
Base MaterialWater BasedWater BasedWater BasedWater Based
Application MethodBrushBrushWipe OnAerosol
TransparencyClearClearTransparentClear
Paint/Stain FeaturesSealerSealerSealerDries Clear
Number of coats recommended3334
Paint/Stain Clean UpSoap & WaterSoap & WaterSoap & WaterSoap & Water
Paint/Stain/Waterproofer Product TypeShellac, Lacquer & PolyurethaneShellac, Lacquer & PolyurethaneShellac, Lacquer & PolyurethaneShellac, Lacquer & Polyurethane
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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size
8 Ounce
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
30 ft²

Details

Application Method
Brush
Base Material
Water Based
Coating Product Category
Waterproofer/Sealer
Color Family
Clear
Dry to touch (min.)
60 min
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Number of coats recommended
3
Number per Package
4
Paint/Stain Clean Up
Soap & Water
Paint/Stain Features
Sealer
Paint/Stain/Waterproofer Product Type
Shellac, Lacquer & Polyurethane
Product Form
Liquid
Returnable
90-Day
Sheen
Satin
Substrate Condition
Bare Wood,Finished Wood,Old/Reclaimed Wood,Stained Wood,Unfinished Wood
Surface Material Use
Wood
Time before recoating (hours)
2
Transparency
Clear
Vertical/Horizontal
Vertical / Horizontal

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Satisfaction guaranteed for full refund of purchase price

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.3
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Poor quality control - mismatched finishes
I used the Satin and was happy, until I needed to get a second can to complete the project. The second can, with the same exact date code, had a completely different level of shine - one can was almost a semi-gloss , and the other can produced a matte.
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Response from Rust-OleumSupportDec 22, 2021
That's odd, Frank! To ensure the proper finish with Rust-Oleum Varathane Water-Based Ultimate Polyurethane, it is essential that each can is thoroughly mixed prior to each use and often during application. Care needs to be taken to mix along the edges, side, and bottom, so that there is no settled flatting agents in the can. If needing further assistance, please give us a call at 800-901-0411 to talk with us.
- Rust-Oleum Product Support 3 Rustoleum
    I gave this a 4 star rating because the issues I have with this and all water base polyurethanes ...
    I gave this a 4 star rating because the issues I have with this and all water base polyurethanes is the bubbles they leave even when you do your best efforts applying it. But when you get it right it looks awesome and the clean up is easy. You should use a quality brush and don't rake off the excess from your brush back into the can; use a different can and pour it back in when done, because it creates bubble that you pick up on your next dip with the brush. Also if you are careful you can touch the bubbles with a tooth pick or something sharp to pop them, but do wait too long after applying it. Of course this is done only one the last coat because you will sand the previous coat or coats. One last thing, I found it better to apply the coats in a cool environment between 65 - 68 degrees so it drys slower allowing you more time to eliminate bubbles.
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    This is an okay polyeurathane but I recommend no more than 3 coats! The can says the apply at lea...
    This is an okay polyeurathane but I recommend no more than 3 coats! The can says the apply at least three, I did 4. It darkened the stain a little bit (which I ended up not minding) but on the fourth coat, my finish became cloudy. I later read this is probably due to a 'flattening agent' in the satin poly that causes cloudiness with too many coats. Satin finish (low gloss) is my favorite and looks great. This poly goes on easy and dries very fast (within an hour or two) and has very little odor. I sanded about 300 grit in between coats and the finish came out nice and smooth. As far as scratch resistance, I find it still scratches pretty easily. There were a few small scratches after working with it on my clean workbench top.
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    I don't know who thinks this is a matte, non-reflective surface, but I'm in the painting business...
    I don't know who thinks this is a matte, non-reflective surface, but I'm in the painting business and this is a low-gloss satin sheen if I've ever seen one. I needed a flat, matte finish and I get shiny. Not good and wouldn't recommend based solely on that.
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    Response from Rust-OleumSupportJun 17, 2019
    That was not the intention! To achieve the right finish, keep in mind that a minimum of 3 coats of Rust-Oleum Varathane Water-based Polyurethane is required. Make sure to also thoroughly mix the can beforehand as well as often during application too. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 5 Rustoleum
      The product was suggested by a blogger who had painted her kitchen cabinets with chalk paint and ...
      The product was suggested by a blogger who had painted her kitchen cabinets with chalk paint and didn't want to use wax for the surface on her cabinets. She loved it and said that it didn't yellow. I have just completed painting my kitchen cabinets with chalk paint and used the product for my final sealer (instead of the wax). It went on smooth - has a soft luster finish similar to using the wax would have been on the cabinets. I have been using the cabinets for about 3 months. Love it. So far it is holding up well in my busy kitchen. I would recommend this product. Only down side is it comes in horribly small containers and it's hard to get a brush that fits in it.
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      I painted and stenciled my bathroom floor tile. I used this water based polyurethane as a protect...
      I painted and stenciled my bathroom floor tile. I used this water based polyurethane as a protective coating. I used a flat pad to apply it and 3 coats of polyurethane. It looks beautiful and I still have some left in the first can and haven't used any of the second can.
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      This goes on so easy and the results are awesome
      This goes on so easy and the results are awesome
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      This product is much too thick. It goes on with really obvious brushstrokes and leaves lines and ...
      This product is much too thick. It goes on with really obvious brushstrokes and leaves lines and residue everywhere. 'd spent days giving a door 4 coats of tinted stain and it looked fantastic. I then gave it one clear coat with this product and now it's ruined. Take a look at the before and after photos. I will have to sand and re start. I've done dozens of restorations with many products and this is the worst I've ever used. I cannot understand how the people at Varathane would think this is an acceptable product to sell.
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      Response from Rust-OleumSupportFeb 4, 2019
      That is not what we like to hear! Our Varathane Water-Based Polyurethane is designed to apply easily using a good quality synthetic bristle brush or applicator pad. A minimum of 4 coats are needed to ensure the expected appearance and performance. Prior to applying the final coat, we recommend lightly sanding the surface with 220 grit sandpaper to ensure an ultra-smooth final finish. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 2 Rustoleum
        3 people found this helpful
        First time finishing a floor. Chose water-based for quick drying, low odor claims. This product...
        First time finishing a floor. Chose water-based for quick drying, low odor claims. This product was exactly as claimed. It goes on smooth and easily, not messy to work with, cleans up fast. I applied five coats allowing at least two hours drying time. It dries very quickly but I followed the instructions to be sure. The floor looks great, has a nice shine, and smooth to walk on. I would not hesitate to use this floor finish again, it has been about four weeks and still take notice of the floor when entering the room. Used about 3/4 of one gallon to complete a 12x20 area.
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        3 people found this helpful
        Finally a true crystal clear
        I do mosaics and often the pieces are white. I've been burned before by so called crystal clear finishes yellowing up my pieces. I used this on a triple test - white tile, white grout, and gold ceramic. It finished beautifully, no streaks across the gold and the white remained perfectly white. I wish I had taken a shot of it before drying, it looked like I poured milk everywhere, but it dried without a streak and a great glossy finish. Picture attached is after, but it quite honestly looks the same as before, just with a protective finish now. I do agree that it's drippy, but I just run my brush in the center of the piece first so it's not dripping by the time I get to my edges. In any case, that's really not an issue for me.
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