General Finishes High Performance Water-based Top Coat (Various finishes)
Looking for Varnish / Sealer?
General Finishes High Performance Top Coat is simply the hardest, most durable consumer polyurethane top coat on the market today for sealing your projects and giving them the best finish.
It is a water-based product which has exceptional flow qualities which means it will self-level once applied meaning it's easy to achieve a completely flawless finish.
The Pure polyurethane formulation makes it incredibly hard wearing and tough as well as being water resistant. That makes it ideal for ideal for table tops, cabinets and other high traffic furniture.
It is completely translucent when dry so there will be no yellowing or alteration of the colour of the wood or paint underneath.
It is UV stable so will not break down in sunlight and also protects any underlying stains and paint from fading.
Voted "Best Overall Choice" for finishing products by Fine Woodworking magazine
Available in four different finishes: Flat, Satin, Semi-gloss and Gloss.
NB: Flat is equivalent to Matt and does have a small amount of sheen. For a completely flat, matt finish take a look at Flat Out Flat Top Coat.
If you would like to learn about the products I use and how to apply them have a look at myvideo on Finishes
IMPORTANT TO NOTE RE: DELIVERY
Please be aware when ordering that delivery times are being severely affected by COVID19 and increased deliveries due to Christmas.
We are aware that some deliveries to some areas are taking as long as 10 days - and the odd few even more - and as such we can no longer guarantee standard rate parcels will arrive before Christmas now.
If you need your supplies more speedily please choose the next day option at the the checkout.
Rest assured we will get your parcel out in the very next post from when you ordered, but we have been advised to only investigate 2nd class parcels 15 working days from the order date due to the issues.
So we would appreciate it if you could bear with us should your delivery be one of those affected and give it plenty of time before opening a case.