My video short is 15 second so don’t look away! This is just about how darn easy it is to apply this liquid topcoat. Take a look:
Did you catch it? That’s literally how easy it is.
How to use Rust-Oleum Topcoat:
- Shake your can and pop it open like any can of AS. It will have the consistency of liquid glue and look like it too.
- Use a clean brush like your regular paint brush. I used my Wooster brush that I actually paint with.
- Paint on the topcoat as you would any furniture paint. You can use this topcoat on natural wood for a protected surface or on your painted pieces instead of your wax.
- It may look a bit white/have white streaks. Allow it to dry.
I did not buff or pull out a lint-free cloth. I let my piece dry for about an hour and it was done. I like to let my pieces dry at least overnight as a rule of thumb, but after an hour it was dry. My beautiful knots and marks were still visible.
I know many of you have questions and so I will answer those in the next post. Big fan of this product and how easy it is.