Asked by: Osama Admonasked in category: General Last Updated: 14th June, 2020
Can you put polyurethane over satin paint?
Likewise, people ask, can you put polyurethane on paint?
Applying one or two coats of polyurethane to a painted surface is a good way to protect the paint. Use a water-based product if you're concerned about color because it won't yellow as much as an oil-based one. You can apply polyurethane over any type of paint, as long as it's clean and has been properly prepared.
Also, can you cover gloss paint with satin? Re: Putting Satin on gloss As long as you sand the gloss to get a key, the satin will be okay, its usually self undercoating, or should say on the tin. I'm in the process of paint old gloss doors to satin, and havent a problem, I never UC old gloss for the satin, unless the doors are yellow or very old looking.
Moreover, can you put satin polyurethane over high gloss?
A: You can apply any sheen over another as long as your fully abrade, scuff, scratch up the previous coat of finish. The problem with pre-finished floors is the bevel.
What is the best clear coat for painted furniture?
There are many different types of topcoats, and each is a little different.
- Polyurethane. Polyurethane is most typically used on stained wood and gives a very durable finish.
- Velvet Finishes Protect. My new favorite furniture paint is Velvet Finishes.
- Furniture wax.
- Clear topcoat spray.
- Some glazes.