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Old Masters Interior Oil-Based Polyurethane, Quart, Satin

A clear, self-leveling finish that beautifies and provides lasting, durable protection.

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$35.99 Quart
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Old Masters Oil-Based Polyurethane is a clear, self-leveling finish that beautifies and protects all interior wood surfaces. Easy-to-apply and quick-drying, it provides lasting, durable protection from abrasion, marring, chipping, alcohol, and water. It can be used on unfinished wood, previously finished wood that has been properly prepared, primed metal and fiberglass surfaces. At 50% relative humidity and 70°F, it dries to the touch in 3 hours. Under ideal conditions, it can be recoated after 6 hours, though overnight drying is recommended. Available in satin, semi-gloss, and gloss sheens.

(1) Quart Can of Old Masters Interior Oil-Based Polyurethane, Satin

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Brand Old Masters
Manufacturer Part Number 49604
Weight 2.150000
Tech Spec
  • Coverage: Approximately 500 square feet per gallon. Coverage will vary significantly depending on application method and condition of wood
  • Drying Time: At 50% relative humidity and 70°F, Interior Oil-Based Polyurethane will dry to touch in 3 hours. Wait 24 hours before subjecting surfaces to light use. In floor applications, avoid heavy traffic and replacing of furniture for 72 hours after the final coat. When replacing furniture, do not slide. Do not install rugs or clean floors for 7 days
  • Time Before Recoating: Under ideal drying conditions, allow 6 hours before recoating. Overnight drying is recommended
  • Application Conditions: Apply when air and surface temperatures are between 60° and 90°F and humidity is between 30% and 70%
  • Drying time will be affected by temperature, humidity and film thickness. Protect product from freezing prior to and during application
  • Quantity: Quart
  • Sheen: Satin

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