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Posted on Table Top Finish- Polycrylic and Polyurethane

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#1 posted 08-15-2012 05:51 PM

Short answer is that, in my experience the water based poly is fine.

I almost always use water based paints and finishes. I have a HVLP sprayer and keeping everything water soluable makes my life easier. So when I built an aquarium stand, I painted it with a latex paint and I sealed it with a couple coats of Polycrylic. It has been in existence for a year now, getting salt water drops on it every day and once a week it gets a bit of splashing on it when I do my weekly maintenance. Absolutely no problems with the water contact.


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