Rubbed Effect Interior Varnish, Quart
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EPIFANESRubbed Effect Interior Varnish, Quart


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Model # 351049 | Mfg # RE.1000


Rubbed Effect Interior Varnish, Quart

Name Value
Best Use Interior Only
Marine and Household
Capacity 1 Quart
Color Clear Amber
Coverage 150 Square Feet/Liter
Cure time To Overcoat: 12 Hours; To Touch: 3 Hours
Finish Semi-Gloss Satin
Recommended Number of Coats Bare Wood: 3 or 4 Build to Up Coats Of Clear Gloss; One or More Coats Rubbed to Effect
Type Urethane Alkyd

Product Overview

Rubbed Effect Varnish lends an air of quiet distinction to boat interiors.

Highly recommended for cabin soles, doors and trim, Epifanes Rubbed Effect Varnish provides a lustrous satin finish with excellent resistance to moisture, chemicals and abrasion—while giving an air of quiet distinction to boat interiors. For maximum durability, clarity and depth, apply two coats of Rubbed Effect Varnish over several coats of Epifanes Clear Gloss Varnish, Epifanes Wood Finish Gloss or Epifanes Polyurethane Clear Gloss.

Key Features

  • Lustrous satin finish
  • Excellent moisture, chemical and abrasion resistance
  • Interior use only


  • Recommended Usage: Interior only, marine and household
  • Formulation: Urethane alkyd, 42% solids
  • Additives: No UV inhibitors
  • Application Methods: Brush, roll or spray
  • Drying Time: To touch: 3hrs.; To overcoat: 12hrs. @ 65°F, 65% RH
  • Number of Coats Recommended: Bare wood: 3 or 4 build-up coats of Clear Gloss; One or more coats Rubbed-Effect
  • Color: Clear amber
  • Finish: Semi-gloss satin
  • Coverage: 150sq.ft./liter
  • Thinner: Brush: Model 103731

More Information

For detailed application instructions, see the Epifanes Rubbed Effect Varnish Data Sheet. NOTE: Manufacturer data sheets are subject to revision. Linked data sheets are believed to be accurate at the time of publication.


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