Imagine a super hard waterborne finish, formulated for spraying - right out of the can! No more catalysts to mix, no more wondering if you got the formula right. Just stir and shoot. If that isn’t enough, imagine that the finish is water-white-clear. If that sounds too good to be true, you haven’t tried CrystaLac Premium 2001 yet. Specifically designed for musical instrument builders who need a super hard, crystal clear finish (even clearer than our standard Premium 2000 topcoats). Use of a separate sanding sealer is not recommended - Premium 2001 is self sealing. Use it for your most demanding surfaces - desk tops, pianos, dining room tables - its up to the challenge.
Available in Satin, Gloss and Semi-gloss in Quarts and Gallons.
Note: Product is not recommended for brushing.
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I love CrystaLac
By Tom DiGi
from Badin Lake, NC
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Comments about Satin 2001 CrystaLac:
I use CrystaLac on Maple, Cherry, Oak and Basswood. Have also applied over imitation silver and gold leafed frames and detailed parts that have been highlighted with acrylic paints.Can duplicate results every time. Dries quickly and evenly even if applied too heavy. The dried finish is very hard.Semi-gloss is exactly that; Satin is exactly that. I have left this product in my spray gun for 3 or 4 days with no degradation in quality and no gumming of the spraygun.Because it's water based, there's no blushing from humidity; and in NC, we HAVE some humidity.Have tinted with stains for toning without any issues.Great product; McFeely's ships quickly and packaging is perfection.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Kane, PA
About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
Will raise the grain when applying to red oak as will any H2O based polyurethane. Have purchased many, many gallons of this product.
Great finish, excellent shelf-life, easy clean-up. Seems to layout better using my compressor and gravity gun over a turbine and siphon feed.