Epifanes Clear Varnish is a high gloss marine varnish for use on wood. This is a true spar varnish containing an exceptionally high percentage of solids and UV. Epifanes clear marine spar varnish is renowned for its gloss finish and offers superior protection in all climates. Formulated with tung oil, phenolic and alkyd. Epifanes Clear Gloss Varnish is compatible with most other types of one- component alkyd or urethane based varnishes and over two-component varnishes.
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I have tried decanting to smaller containers to reduce the amount of air, but wonder if pouring it off just increases contact with the oxygen in the air. Customers who bought this item also bought. Flear Brush by Chidaca. Pressure 2 – 3 Bar. Some people have had great luck with that. God luck with your project.
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Recommended for interior or exterior use on new or bare wood above the waterline as well as a maintenance finish on existing varnish systems. Anywhere a deep high gloss finish cleaf desired. The process takes time, but it’s the best way to get your varnish to adhere.
EM Polycarbonate Urethane by Emtech. Glenn This product would be fine for a daggerboard and rudder, but after use you would want to pull both of these components off. Varhish love the shiny appearance over mahogany stain on molding and fir?
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It is more based on the material you are applying it to as to how absorbent it is. We use varnizh units of Epifanes to two units of thinner and one of boiledlinseed oil. Three coats provided an outstanding smooth finish.
Maybe a few more coats would last longer. The sun light does not cause any discoloration. I never have but I’m sure it can be done, you would need a fine tip,perhaps a. Rick,I have had this varnish on several items that are kept outside, often infull sun.
Apply the product as directed to bare sanded wood, and you will want to thin it with the appropriate thinner for the best application.
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Epifanes Clear Gloss Varnish is compatible with most other types of one-component alkyd or urethane based varnishes and over two-component varnishes. Do not use water.
Formulated with tung oil, phenolic and alkyd resins and U. Apply first coat thinned approx.
Blue Moon turns heads. Jim the gardener Baltimore MD Don’t know why but this took an awful long time to dry. This is a true spar varnish containing an exceptionally high percentage of solids and UV filters. Varnidh heard that from a professional varnisher at the Port Townsend wooden boat festival. Home Products Categories Varnishes. Andy You can use this on the floor.
Introduction’, ‘This first video is an introduction to their paints. Even in tropical climates! A block may be used to assist in fairing the surface. Epifanes Clear Gloss Varnish is compatible with most other types of one-component alkyd or urethane based varnishes and over two-component varnishes. Hills jhills Is this an appropriate product for a rudder and daggerboard of a sailboat? The results are gorgeous. And I use it on indoor stained wood trim around windows, floor boards, etc.
I’d try a small amount first. Being proactive by fixing any scratches or damaged areas that come up sooner than later will help preserve them better, and maintain better service life of the varnish. The ONLY drawback to it is thatit’s expensive, especially when you add in the hazmat shipping costs. Redtree Badger Hair Brushes. Dilution with Epifanes spray thinner. Because of its exceptional flow, superior gloss and depth, optimum weather durability, water resistance and gloss retention, this varnish is internationally acknowledged to be the finest clear finish attainable.
Denatured Alcohol by Finico. Don’t know why but this took an awful long time to dry. Special order items are not stocked and are ordered direct from the manufacturer. Be the first to submit one! Application on new wood: