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#1 Polycrylic over latex paint

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It has very little odour, is non-flammable, cleans up Polycrylic over latex paint with soap and water, and can be recoated in only 2 hours. The milk-white appearance is caused by the scattering and reflection of light striking the liquid and the particles suspended in it. The Polycrylic over latex paint haziness disappears on the wood leaving a clear finish. Before the final sanding, moisten the wood with a rag or sponge dipped in water. Allow the wood to dry, then sand off the Work out while pregnant grain with sandpaper. Because slight ambering may occur, spot test on an inconspicuous area and let dry to ensure satisfactory results. A light sanding Polycrylic over latex paint will remove any fine particles of dust which settle on the finish while it is still wet. Light sanding also helps abrade the Polycrrylic, improving intercoat adhesion. Since steel wool and water can cause rust, steel wool should be avoided around all water-based wood finishing products. A stray strand lodged in the surface could leave an unsightly stain in the wood. Once the resins have dried and hardened they cannot be re-dissolved by water. The dry film resists damage from water and household spills. Removal of old paint by sanding, scraping or other means may generate dust or fumes that contain lead. Exposure to lead dust or fumes may cause brain damage or other adverse health effects, especially in children lattex pregnant women. Controlling exposure to lead or other hazardous substances requires the use of proper protective equipment such as a properly fitted respirator NIOSH approved and proper containment and cleanup. Thinning is not recommended. For interior use only. Lower temperature, higher humidity, lack of air movement or application of thick coats will extend drying times. Always test Polycrlic for tackiness between coats....

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Polyurethane is a clear varnish that dries to a hard, solid finish. It protects your wooden surfaces from scratches and prevents paint from peeling, and it's easy to clean. These qualities make it ideal for finishing tabletops, bartops, cabinets and other indoor surfaces. Polyurethane can crack and bubble if it is exposed to too much sunlight, so it isn't suitable for outdoor surfaces. Polyurethane can be oil- or water-based, and you can use either kind over latex paint; however, oil-based polyurethane tends to yellow as it ages, whereas water-based varieties stay transparent. Assuming you want the paint color under the finish to remain visible and unaltered, choose a water-based polyurethane for your project. The downside is that oil-based products dry to a slightly harder finish than water-based ones, so if the hardness of the finish is more important for your project than the color, select an oil-based polyurethane. Oil-based products also dry more slowly than water-based ones, giving you more time to work. Make sure the paint is fully dry and free of dust, dirt and grease before you begin. Sand the surface lightly to help the polyurethane adhere better, then vacuum it and wipe it down with a lint-free cloth to remove any sanding dust. Optionally, you can apply a coat of sealer before you apply the varnish, but the worst that will happen if you choose not to is that you might have to use an extra coat of polyurethane. Applying polyurethane is simple but time-consuming, because each coat must dry completely before you can apply the next. Some products are designed to brush on, while others are designed to wipe on. A brush-on product requires two or three thick coats, each of which has to dry overnight. A wipe-on product requires four or five coats, each of...

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Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 15 of Water based poly over latex? I am in the process of painting bedside tables , I built for a girls room ,using white latex semi-gloss paint. I am using a brush to apply, since I dont have a tip big enough to spray latex. I used flotroel to help in leveling the paint and will sand flat when dry. Afterwards, I would like to spray on waterbased poly to help in protection of the tables. I am afraid of incompatability though. Latex paint will be kinda soft for quit awhile after application sometimes weeks , while waterbased poly dries almost instantly. Has anyone successfully done this? Is there a better way? Google Sponsor Google Sponsor. You can do it, but you would be better served by using flat paint I actually did exactly this last weekend for my wall-hung bookshelf project for our soon-to-be-adoptive daughters' room. I did not have time to order the water bourne acrylic finish I would normally use for this kind of project, so used custom tinted latex flat paint from the 'borg and Minwax Polycrylic to top coat for sheen and "protection". The Polycrylic is merely a clear acrylic product with polyurethane resins added to it. Using satin, semigloss or gloss latex paint on a table or bookshelves is inviting interesting "sticky" situations Despite advise to use a different product, she went with the 'borg recommendation and yesterday, a magazine stuck to the table. But to your original question, you will not have a "compatibility" issue with putting a water-based polyurethane product over your paint. But as you surmise, the tendancy of latex paint to stay soft for a very long time Thanks for the info Jim. I shoud've...

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By logging into your account, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy , and to the use of cookies as described therein. Polycrylic on latex-painted cabinets? About 5 weeks ago we re-painted our kitchen cabinets. It looks nice and has dried well, but I don't think it will get as "hard" as I'd like. I've heard about putting polycrylic over painted cabinets to give them a harder and more protective finish. The cabinets are a bright white, so I'm concerned about yellowing. If this is a good idea, any suggestions on products to use and what to apply it with bristle brush, foam brush, roller? Find all posts by Beakie. What brand of latex enamel did you use? Enamel should be durable in and of itself. Not all paints are equal and the cheaper latex enamels don't dry or wear as well as the better grades. I'd lightly sand and coat with a waterborne enamel. I'm partial to SWP's proclassic waterborne enamel. Find all posts by marksr. Thank you marksr- I used Valspar, I think it's a pretty good paint and have had good luck with it in other applications. I'm very curious about experience with polycrylics in this type of application. I'm not familiar with Valspar enamels, I have used some of their varnish but not a lot. Personally I don't think there is a lot to be gained by applying poly over enamel. Beakie, I realize that your question about applying polyacrylic over painted cabinets was in February but I just saw it today. I hope my answer will still be helpful. Yes, you can apply polyacrylic over the painted cabinets. What I have done in the past is: Make sure the cabinets are thoroughly dry. Paint takes about 7 to 10 days to fully...

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Polycrylic over latex paint

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Feb 6, - I've heard about putting polycrylic over painted cabinets to give them a Not all paints are equal and the cheaper latex enamels don't dry or  Oil base poly over water base poly? Latex paint will be kinda soft for quit awhile after project, so used custom tinted latex flat paint from the 'borg and Minwax Polycrylic to top coat  Gloss clear coat on painted surface. Apr 18, - This is actually important since they act in very different ways, and for the most part we will treat Water-based Polyurethane and Polyacrylic/polycrylic as the same since they both can be used to protect painted surfaces. However, unless the directions specify, oil-based polyurethane is used for stained surfaces.

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