Minwax® Lacquer Sanding Sealer is formulated to work as a base coat under Minwax® Clear Brushing Lacquer.
- Easy to sand.
- Dries quickly.
- Seals the wood in just one coat.
- Use on woodwork, cabinets, furniture, doors, accessories.
|Application Tool:||high quality natural bristle brush|
|Location:||interior wood surfaces|
|Dry Time:||1 hour|
|Coverage:||125 sq. ft. per quart|
|Recommended Uses:||woodwork, cabinets, furniture, doors, accessories, not recommended for floors|
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WARNING! Removal of old paint by sanding, scraping or other means may generate dust or fumes that contain lead. Exposure to lead dust or fumes may cause brain damage or other adverse health effects, especially in children or pregnant women. Controlling exposure to lead or other hazardous substances requires the use of proper protective equipment such as a properly fitted respirator (NIOSH approved) and proper containment and cleanup. For more information, call the National Lead Information Center at 1-800-424-LEAD (in US) or contact your local health authority.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Minwax® Lacquer Sanding Sealer? How is it used?
Minwax® Clear Brushing Lacquer acts as its own sealer and can be used alone. However, applying Minwax® Lacquer Sanding Sealer provides added smoothness.
Minwax® Lacquer Sanding Sealer is formulated to work as a base coat under Minwax® Clear Brushing Lacquer. It is easy to sand, dries quickly, and seals the wood in just one coat. Once sanded, it provides a smooth, even surface that is ready to be top coated with Minwax® Clear Brushing Lacquer.
Sanding is not required between coats of Minwax® Clear Brushing Lacquer. What if I want an ultra-smooth finish? Can I sand if I choose to?
Usually, sanding between coats of lacquer is unnecessary. You can choose to sand between coats of lacquer if you want a very smooth finish, but you do not have to.
Can Minwax® Lacquer Sanding Sealer be used over Minwax® stains?
Note: If you choose to stain prior to applying Minwax® Lacquer Sanding Sealer, be careful not to sand the sealer so aggressively that you go through to the stain and damage the color.
What type of applicator works best with Minwax® Brushing Lacquer and Sanding Sealer?
Brushing lacquers work best with a natural bristle brush. When choosing an applicator, the most important factor is selecting a high quality brush with tapered bristles that will enable you to “flow” the lacquer onto the wood. Avoid over-brushing, which can leave brush marks in the dried film. Do not use a foam brush, since it will dissolve!
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Take a moment to read label directions –and always play it safe. Wear protective gloves and safety glasses, and provide plenty of fresh air when working with products and while they are drying.
Use a Sanding Block
For easy sanding, wrap your sandpaper around a scrap of wood or a rubber sanding block. Remember to only sand in the direction of the wood's grain.