Best finish to resist impact for bright wood

Discussion in 'Wooden Boat Building and Restoration' started by socalspearit, Mar 6, 2022.


  1. socalspearit
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    socalspearit Junior Member

    From research it looks like Coelan = clear urethane bed liner.

    The only north American distributor is out of stock and not responding to any inquires but for what I want 0ne of the Smooth-On products would likely work if I can never get through to the Coelan guys. I've used various Smooth-Ons in the past to pressure cast dive electronics that have held up well but many of the Smooth-On urethanes can be no joke--to get a proper part I had to vacuum boil then pressure cure at 45PSI. That's of course to seal dive electronics to 6+ ATM pressure, though.
     
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