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#1 posted 10-25-2012 09:48 AM

Milo, it’s an old post, but the high performance is more durable than polycrylic. For general use the polycrylic is probably fine, but for less money and around the same performance or better, there’s rustoleum ultimate poly. I use crystalac supremium (spray only) or polyoxide (spray, brush, pad, etc.). They’re extremely durable and impervious to most household chemicals.

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