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Old 01-06-2013, 05:57 PM   #1
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Default UK Brand names for polyurethane varnish

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does anyone know of a Brand name for polyurethane varnish(water based) in the UK.

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Hi Neil,
I'm using Rustins Quick Drying Matt Varnish but any indoor water based one will do for foam.
Are you thinking of using it to apply silk by any chance

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No i was going to just use emulsion paints for large areas and then acrylic paints for decals on my depron builds. Once dry i was going to varnish to keep it waterproof. I found in the past that depron isn't as waterproof as my supplier suggests and that it goes a bit limp and heavy when wet.
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I cant help on the brand names in the UK but i can let you in on freddies secret sauce for finishing a plane with water based poly. joe http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showp...postcount=3295
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