Polyurethane or Future?

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    #1 andy2012, Jul 5, 2012
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    I want to put a clear coat on a model I just made. I have heard to use Pledge Future polish, but I have some water-based Polyurethane on hand, I was wondering if I could use it over acrylic paint? Thanks.

    Andy

    (I just realized I put this in the wrong sub-forum, sorry about that)
     
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    I would suggest checking the reaction of these acrylic paints to the Polyurethane. Just apply some of any paint on a piece of sprue frame. Then let it get dry and then apply the varnish. If it doesn't destroy the coat you can use it.
     
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    Ok, thanks for the help!
     
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