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standard transparent lacquers:
advantages:

easy to apply, repaired easily, low cost.

2

standard transparent lacquers:
disadvantages:

lack chemical/wear resistance of other finishes.

3

catalysed lacquers:

more difficult to repair/refinish,

but more resistant to commercial/household chemicals.

4

if local code prohibits other transparent lacquers

special water-reducible acrylic lacquer

5

sim advantages lacquer,
but applied fewer coats.

conversion varnish

6

most chemical resistance of lacquer/varnish/vinyl

catalyzed vinyl

7

very resistant to scratch/abrasion/mechanical damage

vinyl

8

penetrating oil advantages

easily applied,
rich look.

9

penetrating oil disadvantages

require re-oiling,
tend to darken w age

10

look of penetrating oil can be achieved w

catalyzed vinyl

11

polyurethane and polyesters:
advantages:

most durable.

12

polyurethane and polyesters:
disadvantages:

most expensive.
require skilled applicators.

13

dull to full gloss.
only full gloss.

polyurethane.
polyesters.

14

stain must be applied

prior to applying final finish

15

this stain has uniform color, but raises the grain

water-based

16

this stain has dry quickly, do not raise the grain, but less uniform.

solvent base

17

not easily removed bc penetrating finishes

stains