|Forum topic by bh442||posted 367 days ago||849 views||0 times favorited||7 replies|
367 days ago
Hey guys, I’ve tried looking around a bit, but with no luck.
Right now I’m spraying (hvlp) a water based, gloss, polycrylic (Minwax) over pictures which were printed on photo paper off a inkjet printer.
What I’d like is get a good, high build, to help give the affect of ceramic tiles (instead of paper on wood) but after 6 coats, the polycrylic is still just too thin.
I’d like to stay water-based for the purpose of simple cleanup. If I have to switch to oil, so be it, but water would make me happy.
Any advice from the pros?
*That white, streak / blotch on the project is just the effects on the printed photo, not from the clear coat.
-- Bill - Wattsburg, PA.