Polycrylic Vs Polyurethane Which To Choose For Your Next Project
Polycrylic vs polyurethane which to choose for your next project is article about Projects bookmarked by wesley with ID 12824311448 was uploaded on 31-03-2019 and has been viewed 67,630 times.
Polyurethane is a protective finish that is available in both oil based and water based forms.It comes in 2 varieties - glossy and satin finish.Water based polyurethane is famous for being low odor and low toxic.
It is transparent as compared to the oil based version which has a slight color.The water based version also dries much faster.Water based polyurethane is good for things that are not exposed to extreme or rigid temperatures such as picture frames, side tables, bookcases and desks etc.
Water Based Polyurethane For…Side TablesPicture FramesDesksBook Cases Oil based polyurethane is comparatively more durable than water based especially when it comes to handling extreme heat.It brings about the richness of wood but can add a slight yellowish tint.
Kitchen tables and wooden flooring are good candidates for oil based polyurethane.Both oil and water based versions can be applied on acrylic/latex paints.Oil Based Polyurethane For…Kitchen TablesWood FlooringSurfaces that may get wet Polyurethane is available in either spray on or wipe on form.
If you are not concerned about yellowing of the surface, polyurethane is the best option.Top Rated Finishes: Finish Quality Price Rating Minwax Clear Gloss Polyurethane A $$ General Finishes Water-base Polyurethane A+ $$ Minwax Satin Polycrylic A $$ Here is a video from Minwax that shows both finishes in action: Pros Of...