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Varnishing is easy, honest, but I have to admit it took me quite a few years to work out how to do it….easily….and in that time I have got it wrong so many times. These days, people seem impressed with … Continue reading
OK, it looks good, but I want perfection Why not Polish it? Mmmmm, not so easy, but you can polish some varnishes……but only once they have really gone HARD. So it follows that the hard poly and mono urethanes are … Continue reading
getting it out the can….and onto the wood? OK so you have prepared your wood or varnish and now you want to get down to getting the varnish out of the can and onto the wood. You have 3 choices … Continue reading
Boats have been varnished in one way or another for hundreds of years and yet despite all that time and practice, it appears that there is still no agreement about what’s the best stuff to use. Every year there seems … Continue reading
now, are we going to stain? Generally, I would say you often don’t have too….and please don’t, unless you really have too. Believe me, stains are a pain in the posterior. They are hard to apply, generally complicate and compromise … Continue reading
O.K. whether it’s paint of varnish, there comes a point where it is just got to come off. If it is varnish, at least you can see when the wood-to-coating join starts to breakdown. If it’s paint, you can’t see … Continue reading
Well it’s not as silly a question as you might think at first, we do it of course because we are proud of the beautiful wood that our boat is made of and we varnish so that we can protect … Continue reading
G4 is a one part moisture cured polyurethane very similar to varnish. It comes in different viscosities determined by the application. G4 is sold as pond sealer but was originally made for sealing wood.