Anyone else using U seal? So far, so good for me. Great drying times. Doesn't flash off quickly either. I can seal multiple pieces at once.

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Kitchen or bath use? Did you do any stain testing?

I considered trying it out but went the path of Buddy Rhodes new polyurethane sealer instead.

are you getting any roller marks from rolling it out? I would like to give this sealer a shot as I have hurd some positive feed back on it.

No roller marks. It doesn't flash off as fast the others. I go over it a few times with a dried out roller. It lays down nicely.

I haven't stain and scratch tested. I'm assuming it's similar to the others of similar technology. That could be a bad assumption.

Its a great sealer Josh. No roller marks if applied right. Give it a shot.

I'm assuming this sealer is like h12 or xs327 by surectete ?

Any more people using this stuff?

Yes, it is a lot like both those sealers.
How long to wait between coats ? Say in a 70* shop with 70% humidity? Can u get 2 to 3 coats on in a day?
I think you.shpuld wait 2-3 hours between coats.
Thanks Derek. I have been using trinics h-12 and it's been taking along time to get to the point of recoat even with heat and fans going. It's been hard to get more than one coat a day on.anyone else seeing this?

Yeah same here but I don't really care. Actually the 7:1 coat dries pretty quick, same with the 5:1

jesse felby said:

Thanks Derek. I have been using trinics h-12 and it's been taking along time to get to the point of recoat even with heat and fans going. It's been hard to get more than one coat a day on.anyone else seeing this?

I've been using the H-12 and quite happy with it. Never had any roller marks and can usually get a few coats on in a day, although I think I should maybe let the 4-1 and stronger coats dry longer for better results (shop is usually 65). The last sink I did at 3:1 still had that film on it 2 days after application. Based on the application techniques I'm pretty sure this is the same sealer type as U-seal, XS-327 and the Buddy Rhodes polyurethane, but I have never used any of those. CCI did stain testing on the Buddy product and it did well. Results can be found on the product page at CCI. 

Bottom line is it would be difficult to do a poor application with this sealer and has better scratch resistance than the wipe on nanocoat that I have used in the past. I am sticking with it, probably until I try ICT.

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