• Minwax 710320000 Water Based Oil-Modified Polyurethane, gallon, Semi-Gloss
Minwax 710320000 Water Based Oil-Modified Polyurethane, gallon, Semi-Gloss

Minwax 710320000 Water Based Oil-Modified Polyurethane, gallon, Semi-Gloss

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  • Lower in odor than traditional solvent-based polyurethanes
  • Protects and adds beauty to interior wood surfaces including woodwork, furniture, doors, cabinets and floors
  • Dries quickly
  • Cleans up easily with warm water
  • Recommended uses: woodwork, furniture, doors, cabinets, floors

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BEWARE !!! BEWARE !!! These are only 8-ounce cans !!! The cost was $12.00 each (I bought 2). This is 1/4th of a quart (the normal size at your local home store. So... do the math... 4 X $12.00 equals $48.00 a quart. I went to the yellow smiley-face store and bought a quart for $9.47. WOW !!!I went to my local home store and they discontinued Minwax products. So I though maybe Amazon would have it. Sure enough they did, but wow, was I surprised (and EXTREMELY disappointed) to learn the size when they arrived. Yes, I accept some of the blame, I should have read the worded description better, but when you know what you want, and the picture comes on the screen and it looks just like the quart size you have been buying, AND... its listed just below a quart product and the graphics are the same size... one can see how one could think they are buying a quart size. I think Amazon, or Minwax might want to consider making the product graphic more representative of the size.AND... by the way... the product is NON_RETURNABLE ! So I'm stuck with them ! 1I just don't feel like it goes on thick enough in a spray version I'm not sure how I feel about this product. I used this over stained oak plywood ( 3/4" x 16" x 8' ). I applied 4 coats waiting about 20 min between coats (this basically used up the entire can). I just don't feel like it goes on thick enough in a spray version. Maybe it's user error and I should have just gotten closer to the wood when spraying, I don't know. It came out in more of a mist than what I think of as a true "spray". After letting it fully cure for 3 days I have decided that I am going to purchase the wipe-on poly and do a couple of coats with that as well and see how it turns out. I will say that the spray did not leave any noticeable lines or marks from applying it, so in that sense it definitely worked as described. It did change the color very slightly from my stain, but that was to be expected. 3Very durable I used it on white wood. Very shiny and durable but they should tell you that it really yellows immediately. I am trying to separate my not asking with a expectation that it would be described as such since the floor was so much work and the end product is obviously not what anybody would want.. I haven't been able to... It's a good product for dark wood. Hope this helps anyone who would use it on white. 3Perfect See before and after in the picture below. A picture is worth a thousand words. 100% recommend. 5Just wonderful. Finally a water based product that looks like oil. Over 30 years now doing cabinet work. I love the water based polyurethanes for their lack of smell and ease of cleanup. But they were all missing something, the beautiful yellowing and durability. Finally someone solved it. This is an oil modified polyurethane. Aka it has a slight bit oil based polyurethane in the formulation. It's still water cleanup, although a good dish soap like dawn is needed to dissolve to clean the brush. The finish looks wonderful. It has that wonderful yellow tone that polyurethane has without the smell and hastle of be cleanup. 5Follow the instructions and get good results I've used this spray poly before and with the proper technique it did a very good job. I found a way to save what's left in these spray cans after using them. Simply turn the can upside down and spray enough of the paint or whatever through the nossil to clear it and it won't dry inside sprayer and clog it up. It won't make the can last foever but it will save you some money in the long run. Check it out it works. 5A must for woodwork. DON'T SHAKE THIS PRODUCT BEFORE USE as it causes BUBBLES in your finish!Now that we got that out of the way, this stuff works as it should. It's a bit stinky, so do it outside, or at least open all your windows, put on a fan and go out somewhere while it dries- and don't subject your pets to the stink either. That's not cool. Make sure to put down lots of newspaper, or a tarp or cardboard or whatever on the surface you are working on, as if this stuff gets on your table/counter, it won't come off, nope- not even with turpintine. So, don't get it where you don't want it. Oh, and also- WEAR GLOVES. for real, this stuff is awful on your skin. It looks gorgeous on wood, though- and makes it virtually waterproof. Don't forget to sand between coats! I used a can or two to make shelves for all over our apartment. I used up the entire pile of free pine planks I found. 5This product is amazing. I loved this product. I have used all of the Minwax polyurethane varnishes. I really like the Polycrylic and have used it since it came on the market. It produces a very durable finish on painted pieces as well as stains.This product is as awesome since it can be used on floors. I did my homework when I first used the Polycrylic, and this works the same. As instructed stir gently, never shake . However, I found no sediment in the bottom of the can. The person who used the paint mixer on a drill made a big mistake with that. I also use foam brushes. Not particularly the expensive. This time I used the craft ones. Secret is not to wipe brush on can but let the excess drip off; thus, avoiding bubbles. All water based polyurethanes should be applied in one direction not brushed back and forth. So glad to find this on Amazon and at this price. Not a fan of gloss finish, but on the floor it looks ok. It dries to walk on in less than 12 hours. What better can you ask for? 5My First time After a lot of research i decided to buy Clear Stain Polyurethane for the bench i decided to strip and finish. Needless to say after the stripping , sanding, staining which took a while, the finishing was the most easiest of tasks. however, it is also a very important step that some people overlook. The stain adds color, while the finish gives it the protection and shine. I purchased Clear Satin as the bench surface is prone to abrasion. after weeks of the dull-looking-work-in-progress bench, i finally applied the second coat today and the bench looks fantastic. 5Great quality, great price! Great product! Great price!As a professional woodworker I've probably bought several hundred of the minwax polyurethane cans to spray my projects. Quality finish with an rotating spray fan for horizontal and vertical applications and a product that is almost impossible to get sags or drips and highly water resistant, oh yeah, and no cleanup, just toss the can in the trash. 5
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BEWARE !!! BEWARE !!! These are only 8-ounce cans !!! The cost was $12.00 each (I bought 2). This is 1/4th of a quart (the normal size at your local home store. So... do the math... 4 X $12.00 equals $48.00 a quart. I went to the yellow smiley-face store and bought a quart for $9.47. WOW !!!I went to my local home store and they discontinued Minwax products. So I though maybe Amazon would have it. Sure enough they did, but wow, was I surprised (and EXTREMELY disappointed) to learn the size when they arrived. Yes, I accept some of the blame, I should have read the worded description better, but when you know what you want, and the picture comes on the screen and it looks just like the quart size you have been buying, AND... its listed just below a quart product and the graphics are the same size... one can see how one could think they are buying a quart size. I think Amazon, or Minwax might want to consider making the product graphic more representative of the size.AND... by the way... the product is NON_RETURNABLE ! So I'm stuck with them ! 1I just don't feel like it goes on thick enough in a spray version I'm not sure how I feel about this product. I used this over stained oak plywood ( 3/4" x 16" x 8' ). I applied 4 coats waiting about 20 min between coats (this basically used up the entire can). I just don't feel like it goes on thick enough in a spray version. Maybe it's user error and I should have just gotten closer to the wood when spraying, I don't know. It came out in more of a mist than what I think of as a true "spray". After letting it fully cure for 3 days I have decided that I am going to purchase the wipe-on poly and do a couple of coats with that as well and see how it turns out. I will say that the spray did not leave any noticeable lines or marks from applying it, so in that sense it definitely worked as described. It did change the color very slightly from my stain, but that was to be expected. 3Very durable I used it on white wood. Very shiny and durable but they should tell you that it really yellows immediately. I am trying to separate my not asking with a expectation that it would be described as such since the floor was so much work and the end product is obviously not what anybody would want.. I haven't been able to... It's a good product for dark wood. Hope this helps anyone who would use it on white. 3Perfect See before and after in the picture below. A picture is worth a thousand words. 100% recommend. 5Just wonderful. Finally a water based product that looks like oil. Over 30 years now doing cabinet work. I love the water based polyurethanes for their lack of smell and ease of cleanup. But they were all missing something, the beautiful yellowing and durability. Finally someone solved it. This is an oil modified polyurethane. Aka it has a slight bit oil based polyurethane in the formulation. It's still water cleanup, although a good dish soap like dawn is needed to dissolve to clean the brush. The finish looks wonderful. It has that wonderful yellow tone that polyurethane has without the smell and hastle of be cleanup. 5Follow the instructions and get good results I've used this spray poly before and with the proper technique it did a very good job. I found a way to save what's left in these spray cans after using them. Simply turn the can upside down and spray enough of the paint or whatever through the nossil to clear it and it won't dry inside sprayer and clog it up. It won't make the can last foever but it will save you some money in the long run. Check it out it works. 5A must for woodwork. DON'T SHAKE THIS PRODUCT BEFORE USE as it causes BUBBLES in your finish!Now that we got that out of the way, this stuff works as it should. It's a bit stinky, so do it outside, or at least open all your windows, put on a fan and go out somewhere while it dries- and don't subject your pets to the stink either. That's not cool. Make sure to put down lots of newspaper, or a tarp or cardboard or whatever on the surface you are working on, as if this stuff gets on your table/counter, it won't come off, nope- not even with turpintine. So, don't get it where you don't want it. Oh, and also- WEAR GLOVES. for real, this stuff is awful on your skin. It looks gorgeous on wood, though- and makes it virtually waterproof. Don't forget to sand between coats! I used a can or two to make shelves for all over our apartment. I used up the entire pile of free pine planks I found. 5This product is amazing. I loved this product. I have used all of the Minwax polyurethane varnishes. I really like the Polycrylic and have used it since it came on the market. It produces a very durable finish on painted pieces as well as stains.This product is as awesome since it can be used on floors. I did my homework when I first used the Polycrylic, and this works the same. As instructed stir gently, never shake . However, I found no sediment in the bottom of the can. The person who used the paint mixer on a drill made a big mistake with that. I also use foam brushes. Not particularly the expensive. This time I used the craft ones. Secret is not to wipe brush on can but let the excess drip off; thus, avoiding bubbles. All water based polyurethanes should be applied in one direction not brushed back and forth. So glad to find this on Amazon and at this price. Not a fan of gloss finish, but on the floor it looks ok. It dries to walk on in less than 12 hours. What better can you ask for? 5My First time After a lot of research i decided to buy Clear Stain Polyurethane for the bench i decided to strip and finish. Needless to say after the stripping , sanding, staining which took a while, the finishing was the most easiest of tasks. however, it is also a very important step that some people overlook. The stain adds color, while the finish gives it the protection and shine. I purchased Clear Satin as the bench surface is prone to abrasion. after weeks of the dull-looking-work-in-progress bench, i finally applied the second coat today and the bench looks fantastic. 5Great quality, great price! Great product! Great price!As a professional woodworker I've probably bought several hundred of the minwax polyurethane cans to spray my projects. Quality finish with an rotating spray fan for horizontal and vertical applications and a product that is almost impossible to get sags or drips and highly water resistant, oh yeah, and no cleanup, just toss the can in the trash. 5
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