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Finisherman

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#1 posted 06-29-2013 06:33 PM

RedSLED: You’re right. Polyurethane is probably the toughest thing going. However, it is also a pain in the neck to repair if it becomes damaged. You either have to wet sand it to death to get a new coat to adhere, or if the finish becomes badly damaged, you have to strip it and refinish. Waterborne finishes are abrasion resistant, but they’re easily damaged by alcohol, unless they’re cross-linked.


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