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Waterlox High Gloss
TB-3182

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$75.00Gallon
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31.00 / Quart
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Product Description

Waterlox Tung oil products penetrate better than linseed oil to seal wood fibers beneath the surface.

Unlike urethane, Tung oil products form a protective finish that won't chip, peel, crack or wrinkle.

Resists alcohol, hot liquids, stain, and household chemicals.

Give wood a rich, hand-rubbed appearance by enhancing the grain.

Easy to apply and use.

Easy to maintain surfaces with mild detergent and water - no special cleaning process required.

  • High Gloss finish for floors (85 Gloss Level)
  • 39% Solids
  • Applies easily with a lambswool applicator (floors), China bristle brush, cloth, or roller. Sanding is not necessary between coats for adhesion purposes.
  • Coverage: 450 square feet per gallon per coat
Uses:
  • Use as a Finish Coat for a high gloss finish. Use 2 coats over 1-2 coats of Waterlox Original Sealer/Finish
  • Use on interior wood projects such as floors, windows, doors, cabinetry, woodwork, tables, furniture, bar tops, picture frames, fly fishing rods, gun stocks, and various woodworking projects.
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Uses

All interior wood surfaces, including wood floors, cabinetry, floors, furniture (non-toxic when dry), paneling, bar tops, kitchen table tops, and more.

Great for use on interior slate, brick, and stone.

Great for restoring antiques, furniture, fly fishing rods, and gunstocks.

Excellent on oily exotic woods such as teak, rosewood, and other dense-grained woods.

For exterior projects such as: marine furniture, paneling, boat woodwork, plant stands, doors, shutters, railings and fences, use our marine finish.

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ProTips

All wood dust and grit resulting from sanding operations must be completely removed.
The importance of this cannot be overemphasized. Very good results can be obtained by using a vacuum sweeper for this purpose. First, it should be run with the grain of the wood; then, a second pass should be made across the grain.