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Klingspor green wood sealer

Discussion in 'Woodturning Discussion Forum' started by John Hicks, Jun 19, 2020.

  1. John Hicks

    John Hicks

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    Has anyone used Klingspor's green wood sealer? It is much less expensive than anchorseal.
     
  2. Forrest Forschmiedt

    Forrest Forschmiedt

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    I have been using Klingspor's green wood sealer. I'm about 1/2 through a gallon I bought a few months ago.
    Unfortunately, I'm fairly new to this and haven't used the Anchorseal brand stuff so can't offer a comparison for you.
    What I can tell you is that, when I went online to look at the SDS, the SDS for the product on their website was actually the Anchorseal SDS.
     
  3. John Hicks

    John Hicks

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    I suggest saving yourself a bunch of money and trying some. I got their military discount and 7.99 shipping for 4 1gl bottles for 15.25 a gallon.
     
  4. Tim Tucker

    Tim Tucker

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    It is a private labeled Anchorseal. No difference.
     
  5. John Hicks

    John Hicks

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    I guess there is a high cost to a name brand.
     
  6. Greg Norman

    Greg Norman

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    I’ve used a ton of that stuff over the years and it works great. I live near a Klingspore store so no shipping cost. I’ve never used anchorseal so I don’t know how it compares. It holds up great in the woodshed but if you use it on log ends outdoors in the sun you’ll need to recoat in a few months.
     
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