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I seal real wood with Minwax polyurethane. It turns wood into
"virtual styrene". :-) And of course
it can be painted over.
On 1/6/2019 2:36 PM, Bruce Smith wrote:
I could use some help. I have been working on an ABC USRA
gondola with an undec IM kit (in HO) and I'm getting near the
end. I have the decals for this car from the ACl/SBD/SCL HS.
Most of the lettering goes on the wood sides and as many of you
know, this kit has actual wood sides. I have painted these black
with Model Master enamel, sanded them, and painted on a a second
coat. The paint is flat and so my plan is to give a third coat
with Future and proceed to decal. My question is, are 3 coats (2
paint, 1 future) good enough to seal the wood and get good decal
performance, or do I need more coats of paint to seal first?