General's Arm-r-Seal
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I am confused with the labeling of the General Finishes. I am looking at the Arm-R-Seal product in satin. I have a can labeled "oil & urethane" and I have found on-line a product labeled "Urethane topcoat". Is this the same product or is there a difference? I went to the General web site and they don't even list the "Oil & Urethane" product.
I don't understand it
I've cut it twice
And it is still too short
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  Re: General's Arm-r-Seal by lift mechanic (I am confused with t...)
(12-20-2019, 12:28 AM)lift mechanic Wrote: I am confused with the labeling of the General Finishes. I am looking at the Arm-R-Seal product in satin. I have a can labeled "oil & urethane" and I have found on-line a product labeled "Urethane topcoat". Is this the same product or is there a difference? I went to the General web site and they don't even list the "Oil & Urethane" product.

Arm-R-Seal is clearly marked on the can:  Link  And it comes in satin.

The Urethane Topcoat now appears to be called Gel Topcoat, and that product has an oil and urethane base.  IMO, Gel topcoat is completely inferior to Arm-R-Seal.  


John
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  Re: General's Arm-r-Seal by lift mechanic (I am confused with t...)
I found the Arm-r-Seal cans to be somewhat confusing.  Woodcraft had some that said oil and urethane, and others that just said oil. I think they also had the Gel topcoat.
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