just painted some toys with cheerful emulsion paint. what is the hardest and
most easily applied clear lacquer or coating that i can put over the top of
the emulsion to make for hard wear. many thanks for any advice.
I don't know if it will hurt the paint, but the toughest finish I know
of is clear epoxy. I found some called Kleer Koat. Read the
instructions in the pdf at http://www.shopmaninc.com/kk121.html
Good stuff. I mentioned it here last week if you want to look up that
What kind of toys? Likely, any clear coat will be fine for hand toys. Your
bigger concern should be for the type of clear that will not react with, and
will adhere to your cheerful emulsion. I've never heard of cheerful
emulsion paint - what is it? Generally speaking, if you want a clear coat
over something you should start out with the proper base coat that is
designed to be compatible with your clear.
Shellac carries the reputation of being capable of going ON anything
ans UNDER anything as long as it's dewaxed. Zinsser Seal Coat is
dewaxed. Let us know how it works if you test it, please.
On Fri, 11 Mar 2005 23:13:57 GMT, "ghbt"
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