Nitro Cellulose Polishing Lacquer


Nitro-Cellulose Polishing Lacquer is a very hard, rapid drying, high-gloss coating for finishing the most exotic wooden furniture. It renders a glass-like finish on the wood. Its clarity and transparency enhance the true beauty of Natural Wood Grains. A gem to the furniture industry.
Nitro Cellulose Polishing Lacquer is unrivaled as a clear coating for wooden floors, walls, countertops, and ceiling.
  •  Very Hard and Durable
  •  High-Gloss Transparent Coating
  •  Quick-Drying
  •  Does not Wrinkle
  •  Can be applied wet-on-wet to well-prepared wooden surfaces.
Finish: Clear Gloss, Clear Satin, and Clear Matt
350-400 Sq.Feet per gallon depending on Surface Conditions, Porosity, Absorption, Film Thickness, etc.
Spray application during wet or damp conditions may cause blushing. Allow the dew point to clear. If necessary, use half-pint Torginol Blush Retarder Thinner per gallon of Nitro-Cellulose Based Polishing Lacquers.
Thinning and Clean-up:
Thinning is generally not recommended. Use Arbo Special Lacquer Thinner for cleaning tools and spillage.
Re-Coat Time: Dries within 10 minutes and can be recoated in 30 minutes after application.

Available in:               50 Gallons, 1 Gallon and 2 Pints

Note: The product is formulated for application by spray for a uniform finish, but may also be applied by brush or swab. Spray application during wet or damp conditions may cause blushing. Allow the dew point to clear before application. If necessary, use 1/2 pint Torginol Blush Retarder Thinner for each gallon of Nitrocellulose Lacquers.

Does paint expire or have a specific shelf life?

Answer: When stored properly, an unopened can of latex or oil-based paint should have a shelf life of 1 year. The best storage for paint is in a cool, dry area, away from extreme hot and cold temperatures. Paint should never be allowed to freeze and should be stored away from furnaces and other heat-generating appliances