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Behlen Vinyl Sealer for Stringed Instruments, 13 oz.

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48345
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Behlen Vinyl Sealer for Stringed Instruments, 13 oz.
Behlen Vinyl Sealer for Stringed Instruments, 13 oz.
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Vinyl Sealer Aerosol is a flexible, high solids, moisture resistant, clear sealer with good atomization that lays a perfect foundation for Stringed Instrument Lacquer. But that's not all. It's also a great sealer for any Behlen topcoat whether being used for spot repairs or complete finishing. Used in conjunction with pre-catalyzed lacquer aerosols, the combination creates a moisture resistant finish suitable for spot repairs on kitchen cabinets. Also available from Rockler, the Behlen Sunburst Guitar Finish Kit.


Features:

  • Compatible to use under any Behlen aerosol topcoat
  • Improved moisture resistance
  • Non-stearated formula
  • Shipping Restrictions: Ground Transportation Only.
(1) 13 oz. can of Behlen Aerosol Vinyl Sealer
More Information
Brand Behlen
Manufacturer Part Number B102-8000
Weight 1.0500
Tech Spec
  • Dry time before sanding and topcoating: 20 minutes (at 77°F and 50% relative humidity)
  • Package life: 3 yearsSheen: 42-46
  • Spread rate: 8.6 sq ft/13 oz can A 1 dry mil
  • Use approximately 1 can for 1 acoustic guitar
Technical Documents
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Behlens - When Only The Best Will Do
Just like the title states: when only the best will do! Behlens makes some of the best products on the market (in my opinion, anyway), and this vinyl sanding sealer is one of them! I use this product (and other Behlens products) exclusively, when building, finishing, and refinishing guitars. It has yet to disappoint! When used properly, this product does exactly what it’s suppose to do. Very easy to work with, and very forgiving! Wether you’re a beginner or a seasoned woodworker, this product needs to be in your arsenal! If I could give it 10 stars, I would!
March 22, 2018
Purchased
9 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Great for raw wood guitar bodies
I bought an un-finished bass guitar body of solid Mahogany with a Spalted & Flamed top. The wood is quite spectacular as the first pic shows.

After much sanding, I applied one coat of Behlen Vinyl Sealer for Stringed Instruments. Then, the next day another coat. The result show in pic 2 is a beautiful color and ready for Lacquer. Its just what I was hoping for.
The raw wood body,  Spalted & Flamed top over solid Mahogany.
After 2 coats of Behlen Vinyl Sealer for Stringed Instruments.
April 13, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
Beholden vinyl sealer
I always use it as a base coat under the Behlen nitro finish on the guitars I build. All their finishes work very well
September 18, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
The best foundation for a guitar finish!
This is great stuff, it sprays well, covers well, sands well. And it dries very fast. Sand it back and recoat if necessary, then follow with Behlens toners for color, then Stringed Instrument Lacquer, wet sand then use their Buffer's Polish to finish it up and you'll have the best looking finish you can get from a spray can.
September 12, 2015
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Great sealer
I use Behlen Vinyl Sealer in my guitar finishing process. I like it much more than sanding sealer. I use it on alder, maple, mahogany, ash, whatever. Allows me to build up coats quicker.
July 12, 2015
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
had great results A+
Easy to use good build up
May 2, 2015
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Great Lacquer
I build Jewelry boxes for a hobby and most of the products, including most of the exotic wood, I buy from Rockler. I like using Rockler because they have a good assortment of product and their handling and shipping are exceptional. The Behlen Lacquer is an outstanding finish for my projects.
September 7, 2014
Very good Lacquer
I make jewelry boxes for a hobby and I have found that the Behlen sealer and lacquer are some of the best in the spray variety.
September 7, 2014
Sealer worked fine
Usually don't work with lacquer opting for shellac for environmental reasons. But refinished an old hollow body guitar soundboard with the Behlen sunburst kit. Satisfied with aerosol spray. It applied well, gave good even coverage, and matched perfectly with the rest of the guitar finish. Will use again.
May 26, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
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Why did you choose this?
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I make ukeleles
Dale C on May 28, 2018
I read this: "Vinyl Sealer (#48345, sold separately) is also flexible, and is the only sealer that should be used under Stringed Instrument Lacquer"
Alan G on Mar 15, 2017
I make ukeleles
Dale C on May 28, 2018
Always use Behlen on the guitars I build.
David P on Sep 16, 2017
I read this: "Vinyl Sealer (#48345, sold separately) is also flexible, and is the only sealer that should be used under Stringed Instrument Lacquer"
Alan G on Mar 15, 2017
easy to use
Jeff H on Feb 26, 2017
recommended
John P on Feb 2, 2017
previous use, can't buy in NY.
would rather have 1 qt brush able can
Charles M on Sep 26, 2016
Because I want to see if it is a good base coat for the subsequent laquer topcoats.
ERIC R on Jul 2, 2016
guitar project
Vern Z on May 11, 2016
I build guitars and lap steels and use this for a base to finish my guitars with laquer
Tim W on Jan 20, 2016
Great product for sealing the wood after grain fill.
Stephen T on Apr 24, 2015
works better with Behlen instrument lacquer
George J on Apr 15, 2015
SAME
TERRY M on Apr 14, 2015
Always use Behlen on the guitars I build.
David P on Sep 16, 2017
easy to use
Jeff H on Feb 26, 2017
I had been having a heck of a time making these guitars like they were professionally refinished. Sanding sealer seemed to really bring out the nitro I was working with.With my guitars I don't bother with nitro. In fact I use poly on may of mine. I didn't think sanding sealer was meant to be the clear coat but it seemed to look the best. I know there's a water and lacquer base but what else is in that stuff/ Luthiers insist on starting with a grain filler. Can You recommend one?
Kurt M on Oct 28, 2016
Do you put the sand and sealer on first or after the color?
Gary E on Jan 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: color always after the sealer coats, you get a much more even look.
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