What to use to spray a polyurethane coating ?

I'm building an outside bar. I used a famowood glaze coat but it's not meant for outside and not very scratch resisitent-says to use famowood dura-tuff polyurethane coating. It recommends using a natural bristle brush or to spray on. I want to keep the glass like finish from the glazecoat so I don't really want to brush it on. What would be the best sprayer/method for applying this type of sealer? I haven't heard many good things about the wagner power sprayers. It's gonna be a one-time thing so cheap is best. Would a small, cheap, plastic 3 pint garden pump sprayer like this one work? I've also seen some metal type sprayers that you pressurize with compressed air. I know they work great for stuff like WD40 but don't know how they would work with a polyurethane type sealer. Anyone have any ideas?

Asked By: snwbrdr960 - 9/18/2007
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Brand names aside...being that the formulations are basically the same industry wide; I'm not familiar with that brand. What I am familiar with are coatings... More
Answered By: DIY Doc - 9/18/2007
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You can buy polyurethane in spray bottles, but I like it bushed on in several coats especially since this is outdoor project. You can get a glass like finish even when brushing. Use good brush and possibly a powerful hair drier to keep it flowing when brushing on Good Luck
Answered By: Derek - 9/22/2007
I actually am doing the very same thing right now, andI have put about 5 gallons if glazecoat on top of my bar (sealing bottlecaps in). As you said, the finish is like glass. I bought the Dura-Tuff poly coating and tried to brush it on, but in my opinion, it really added alot of tiny bubbles, and really took away... More
Answered By: JD - 9/22/2007
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