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Johnstones Aqua Guard

Discussion in 'The Review Centre - reviews of tools & products.' started by Tomdec, Jul 23, 2021.

  1. Tomdec

    Tomdec Veni, Vidi, Vici. Bar Member

    Finally got round to giving this a go and have to say I'm impressed. Needs a drop of extender but then flows off the brush a treat. Decent opacity, no brush marks and leaves a lovely lustrous finish reminiscent of oil based eggshell. Best off the shelf Satin I've used and will definitely use again.
     
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  2. ryu

    ryu PPS Tradesman

    very simular to caparol pu satin i found. very very good product
     
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  3. CheshireDecorator

    CheshireDecorator PPS Master Craftsman PPS Painter Bar Member

    Yea I find it fantastic, must admit I got use to other satins and did find I was putting it on to thick but once you get use to it the finish is great :thumbsup:
     
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  4. Rock ape

    Rock ape PPS Craftsman Bar Member

    Is this product water only based or hybrid with alkyd? Thanks
     
  5. Charles007

    Charles007 PPS Time Served

    Waterbased only. However the old aqua satin is a hybrid along with the gloss and. U/C
     
  6. Rock ape

    Rock ape PPS Craftsman Bar Member

    Have you pitched against everal aqua ? This what I'm happy with at present but always looking for value for money improvement. Thanks tony
     
  7. Tomdec

    Tomdec Veni, Vidi, Vici. Bar Member

    Yeah, I had the same experience. Applied it as I would using Andura, and it ran like billy-o. Worth persevering with as the end result is top notch.
     
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  8. Samdex

    Samdex PPS Craftsman

    Only stuff to use if you need something off the shelf that day. Loves to run if you don't go careful with it but ita tough as anything once it's cured. Went back to a house I used this in about a year ago and I swear it's gone a bit yellow? Probably just my imagination or just dirt but anyone else noticed this? I know PU can yellow in certain conditions and I believe this is a acrylic pu same as caparol, never seen any yellowing of that though even on radiators where it says not to use it or it may yellow
     

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