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>> Home > Forum > Hobby Chit Chat! > Gloss Varnish?
Gloss Varnish?
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Richard7
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Forum Posts: 18
17th Apr 2018 19:17  
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Hello everyone,

Does anyone out there know of a gloss varnish that is “clear”, l have used in the past “yacht gloss varnish” but it leaves a very slight brown tint when applied to a white surface. Is there anything out there that leaves a nice clear crisp gloss varnish?

Thanks guys
Richard

kmbcsecretary
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Forum Posts: 202
17th Apr 2018 19:26  
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There is this one
https://www.sadolin.co.uk/a-clear-gloss-finish-outdoors-with...


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marky
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Forum Posts: 238
17th Apr 2018 20:16  
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Dont know if you want to brush or spray ,Rust-Oleun spray gloss is very good as long as you don't try to put it on to thick (milky sheen)but if you follow the instructions thin coats and drying time between coats it is a good finish. Cheers Marky

Richard7
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Forum Posts: 18
17th Apr 2018 20:18  
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Thanks chaps, much appreciated!

boatbuild4042
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Forum Posts: 5
19th Apr 2018 03:58  
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Whenever I want a clear varnish that is a crisp finish I always use wilkinson's own quick dry clear varnish, either put on by brush or thinned down and spray on brush on dries in about an hour spray on takes a bit longer leave overnight to recoat😊


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Richard7
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Forum Posts: 18
19th Apr 2018 09:21  
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Thank you, all the best
Richard