Brushable lacquer
Anyone have a recommendation on brand and the type of brush to use and any tips?  I need to use some in my kitchen for some small molding and I have nerve attempted to brush any lacquer.  

Thanks for your comments
I'm supposed to respect my elders, but it's getting harder and harder for me to find one now.
  Re: Brushable lacquer by Herb (Anyone have a recomm...)

I don't know that I would "recommend" it; but it is very good at what it is.  

But you have to have really good ventilation.  

I used to use it for drawer boxes because it dried as quickly as shellac but looked nicer with a single coat.  

Nowadays I use waterborne poly for the drawer boxes mostly because of the ventilation issue, and this one seems to build enough body for a single coat in that application (I would not call it a "showroom" finish, however):

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  Re: Brushable lacquer by Herb (Anyone have a recomm...)
Watco. Made to brush, can be sprayed.


The Revos apparently are designed to clamp railroad ties and pull together horrifically prepared joints
WaterlooMark 02/9/2020


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