It’s everywhere, and – if you are like me – it’s probably the first finish other than paint you ever used on a woodworking project.
It’s canned brush on polyurethane, and it’s available at every major retailer. Just about all of the major manufacturers sell the stuff, and everyone in your local mega home improvement retailer recommends it for wood finishing.
And, there’s a lot to like. It creates a tough, water and abrasion resistant surface. It also takes a great deal of skill to lay down properly, dries slowly and makes some projects look plastic.
This week, how do you feel about brush on poly as a finish?