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What is cellulose sanding sealer used for?
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Just so, what is cellulose sanding sealer?
Cellulose Sanding Sealer is a lacquer-based sealer that dries hard and when used alone results in a matte, natural looking finish. We highly recommend using this sealer prior to Mylands® Friction Polish to achieve an exceptional high gloss finish.
Also Know, do you use sanding sealer before or after stain? The key is to apply a thin base coat to partially seal the wood before wood staining. Sanding sealers, dewaxed shellac and wipe-on finishes will all do the trick. Some types of stain perform better than others on blotch-prone wood. In general, gel or heavy-bodied stains work best.
Similarly, it is asked, what is the purpose of sanding sealer?
A sanding sealer can be used on bare, unstained floors, doors, furniture and cabinets prior to applying either an oil-based or a water-based clear finish. It is designed as a base coat that will dry quickly, seal the pores, and sand easily with fine sandpaper to create an ultra-smooth foundation.
What is sanding sealer made of?
Sanding sealer is lacquer, or some other basic coating, with zinc stearate added. The stearate, which is a soft, fluffy soap, adds loft to the lacquer, making it build up and fill in pores much faster.