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#1 posted 05-14-2011 11:45 PM

It is not that the spar varnish will yellow the white paint. The Spar varnish itself has a yellow tint. Therefore you cannot seal the white paint to prevent it from yellowing when you apply the finish. The varnish itself will continue to yellow. I believe shellac and lacquer (from personal experience) have the same problem. It is my understanding that the lack of yellowing is one of the major advantages of water based finishes. You should probably wait for a few more comments though, as I have never used a water based finish.

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