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#1 posted 08-11-2011 09:40 PM

For the non yellowing I think the Sherwin Williams “Water White” lacquer is good

My local Sherwin Williams only had semigloss in stock, But I wanted gloss, since I wanted to be able to rub out to whatever sheen I would choose.

I instead went with Deft Brushing lacquer from the Big Box – the stuff works great, excellent build. But it would not meet your criteria of non yellowing.
Good Luck

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