Has anyone used Deft spray lacquer, satin sheen, for a topcoat on a
desktop before? I'm considering it but am concerned that it will
scratch too easily and look marred after a short time. Are there
superior recommendations that others have? I don't have spray
equipment for application.
If you do not have spray equipment, do not use the deft. This is great if
you have a compressor and spray gun, The stuff will dry in a matter of 30
minutes. But if you use a brush, then you do not want to use deft. It dries
way to quick to make brush application impractical.
Have you considered using tung oil? I love the stuff, looks great, easy to
apply, can be touched up in a mater of minutes, and pretty tough.
I think that maybe he's talking about the aerasol cans of Deft, since
that's the only kind that has the be sprayed (though I agree that the
regular stuff is easier sprayed than brushed).
To the OP: you didn't say what kind of table, but I'll guess you mean a
dining room or some such. In that case I'd use a short oil varnish like
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