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making wood eyewear and looking for a hard clear finish that wont bother peoples skin..
Once a finish is cured most of them are pretty inert.
On the safe side a 2K poly would cure very quickly. But it's one of the more expensive ways to go. On the good side, once you've sanded the sealer coat there is no more sanding required if you stay within the time window.
Thanks for the response. Is this a product that is easily found?
My other question is do you have to apply sealer first then finish.
It's easily found at a professional finish supplies place. Yes, sealer is required.
You might want to look at the Beall buffing system. It is a good system for small products and has no toxic chemicals.