Has anyone here had experience with water based polyurethane? My question is can it be thinned down to a wipe on product by adding water to it like the oil based product can be by adding thinners.
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THanks for the info Doug, this was an education in polyurethanes for me.
You might check out lCharles Niel woodworking. He has a great vidio on waterborn finishes
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