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Minwax Polycrylic Protection Finish, Half Pint, Gloss

Walmart # 550975598

Minwax Polycrylic Protection Finish, Half Pint, Gloss

Walmart # 550975598
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Minwax Polycrylic Protection Finish is a durable crystal clear, protective finish that is ultra-fast drying. Its low odor formula is water-based for easy clean up.

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Minwax Polycrylic Protection Finish is a durable crystal clear, protective finish that is ultra-fast drying. Its low odor formula is water-based for easy clean up.

Minwax Polycrylic Protection Finish, Half Pint, Gloss:

  • Crystal clear finish
  • Ultra fast-drying
  • Low odor formula
  • Water-based for easy clean up

Warnings:

safety:Warning - This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which are known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65warnings.ca.gov

This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer andbirth defects or other reproductive harm. www.p65warnings.ca.gov

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Specifications

Brand
Minwax
Manufacturer Part Number
255554444
Color
Clear
Assembled Product Weight
0.71 lbs
Model
25555000
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
2.88 x 2.88 x 3.00 Inches
Customer Reviews
4.5
30 reviews
5 stars
25
4 stars
1
3 stars
0
2 stars
2
1 star
2
Top Positive Review
5 customers found this helpful
Just as good as the expensive brands!
I researched a lot of the woodworking store brands. They were very labor intensive, many steps, and almost operating room conditions needed. I have always used Minwax products only projects in the past but thought I'd give the expensive products a try since reading about them in the trade mags. Made up samples, (4), and asked my wife to pick the finish she wanted on her walnut table and benches. . . Guess what, she picked the Minwax finish over all the others! I even mis-tabled them to add to the drama ! ! ! She still picked the Minwax finish. . . and I'd have to agree with her. Easy to apply, used a painting pad and couldn't ask for a better result.
Top Negative Review
4 customers found this helpful
Great for small projects
I used this product in Satin Finish on a new cherry table. As a sealer it is good. The final finish coats however are not high quality. I am an experienced furniture finisher. Lacquer, french polish, spar varnishes, brushing and spraying. Polycrylic spray cans seem to have some inconsistency of product possibly due to shelf time. They (I used 5 from 2 different sources) sometimes spit globs which sometimes level out; and tiny solid particles. Followed instructions as to shaking and kept a moist cloth to try to wipe off nozzle periodically when I had globs on the first try for a nice finish coat. No Luck. It seems that if you try long passes on large areas the cans splatter. I have used the Helmsman Urethane with great results. The nozzle is of much higher quality.
Top Positive Review
5 customers found this helpful
Just as good as the expensive brands!
I researched a lot of the woodworking store brands. They were very labor intensive, many steps, and almost operating room conditions needed. I have always used Minwax products only projects in the past but thought I'd give the expensive products a try since reading about them in the trade mags. Made up samples, (4), and asked my wife to pick the finish she wanted on her walnut table and benches. . . Guess what, she picked the Minwax finish over all the others! I even mis-tabled them to add to the drama ! ! ! She still picked the Minwax finish. . . and I'd have to agree with her. Easy to apply, used a painting pad and couldn't ask for a better result.
Top Negative Review
4 customers found this helpful
Great for small projects
I used this product in Satin Finish on a new cherry table. As a sealer it is good. The final finish coats however are not high quality. I am an experienced furniture finisher. Lacquer, french polish, spar varnishes, brushing and spraying. Polycrylic spray cans seem to have some inconsistency of product possibly due to shelf time. They (I used 5 from 2 different sources) sometimes spit globs which sometimes level out; and tiny solid particles. Followed instructions as to shaking and kept a moist cloth to try to wipe off nozzle periodically when I had globs on the first try for a nice finish coat. No Luck. It seems that if you try long passes on large areas the cans splatter. I have used the Helmsman Urethane with great results. The nozzle is of much higher quality.
1-10 of 30 reviews

Just as good as the expensive brands!

I researched a lot of the woodworking store brands. They were very labor intensive, many steps, and almost operating room conditions needed. I have always used Minwax products only projects in the past but thought I'd give the expensive products a try since reading about them in the trade mags. Made up samples, (4), and asked my wife to pick the finish she wanted on her walnut table and benches. . . Guess what, she picked the Minwax finish over all the others! I even mis-tabled them to add to the drama ! ! ! She still picked the Minwax finish. . . and I'd have to agree with her. Easy to apply, used a painting pad and couldn't ask for a better result.

Easy and quick

I was nervous to try this product out but was pleasantly surprised! It went on easily and dries quickly. I was surprised that there is hardly an odor with this product too. I chalk painted my entertainment center and after a few paint chipping, decided I needed a protective coating over it if I didn't want to repaint every 2 years. A blogger recommended this product and I couldn't have agreed with her more. I chose the satin gloss to give it a pretty shine and it made the color pop more. I'm incredibly happy with the end results.

Super ultra fast dry

The dry time for this product is amazing. Provides a beautiful clear coat. Photo is a Birch butcher block with Minwax Colonial Maple stain and Minwax satin finish Polycrylic.

Best Finish Ever

I like this product so much because it doesn't "amber" the wood like polyurethane does. Have used it on three dining tables I've built and my customers could be happier.

Polycrylic Protective Fininsh

I have used Polycrylic Protective Finish for a variety of applications: handrails, steps, cabinets, and stairways. The best application is two coats to give a richer finish. The beauty of the Polycrylic is that it has very little release, so you can use it indoors without active ventilation. It is also easy to clean brushes between applications, as it is water soluble while still wet. But, when it dries, it produces a tough lustrous finish.

Excellent

Very happy with how the polycrilic preformed, I build furniture for a living and use this product for a wide array of things. I started using it because when applying over vinyl it doesn't discolor the vinyl. Apply a very nice and water clean up is a breeze.

Great product!

Used this for years on many wood projects after staining, and on restoring and old cedar chest. Brought back the finish on my kitchen cabinets and able to use the kitchen same day. Only down fall is on large surfaces there isn't much time to "work the product" like regular poly urethane.

Not so scary, great result

I had a carpenter make a rolling "wine bar" that was paint grade, but being amazing, he used a top quality basswood plywood with maple trim. Once I saw it I decided I didn't want to cover it up, just protect the wood. He recommended a water based product, as did Home Depot (way easier to use, to clean up, and the fumes are much less). I bought this in Clear Satin. I used the technique and patience of a deranged raccoon. I had watched a YouTube video of a women discussing how careful you need to be, to only stir slowly and not shake the can, to only go one way and in the direction of the grain, be wary of brush strokes and bubbles, etc. Nope. Tom Sawyer would have laughed at my application process. It's thick and sticky on wood so I spread in cross-hatch, then went back and smoothed it out with the grain. I sorta sanded lightly between 1st and 2nd coats. I did use a microfiber rag to dust before each application. I think it turned out beautifully. If you are afraid to try, go with Satin as it does dry clear (but goes on milky).

Great for small projects

I used this product in Satin Finish on a new cherry table. As a sealer it is good. The final finish coats however are not high quality. I am an experienced furniture finisher. Lacquer, french polish, spar varnishes, brushing and spraying. Polycrylic spray cans seem to have some inconsistency of product possibly due to shelf time. They (I used 5 from 2 different sources) sometimes spit globs which sometimes level out; and tiny solid particles. Followed instructions as to shaking and kept a moist cloth to try to wipe off nozzle periodically when I had globs on the first try for a nice finish coat. No Luck. It seems that if you try long passes on large areas the cans splatter. I have used the Helmsman Urethane with great results. The nozzle is of much higher quality.
Hello, We are sorry to hear that you are not completely satisfied with our . Polycrylic finish. So that we can better assist you with this matter, please contact us directly at askminwax@sherwin.com or by phone at 1-800-523-9299. Regards, Minwax Customer Support

Trouble spraying smooth finish.

While I like the clarity and hardness of this product, spray application is not as easy as Minwax polyurethane or lacquer. The polycrylic does not level very well -particularly if you have an older spray can. Even with a new can, have to spray heavier coats to get a smooth finish. Horizontal surfaces come out okay, but on vertical surfaces it will run and sag. I also had to refinish a coffee table top (26" x 46"), and wanted to use up an older spray can. It came out all lumpy, even though I added a whole new spray can over it (while still wet) to try to smooth it out. I was particularly careful to shake it thoroughly and keep the nozzles clear and clean, but product age is apparently a real problem.
Hello, We are sorry to hear that you are unsatisfied with our Polycrylic product. So that we can better assist you with this matter, please contact us directly at askminwax@sherwin.com or by phone at 1-800-523-9299. Regards, Minwax Customer Support
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