9x9-Inch Covered Brownie Pan
Recipe Right, 9" x 9", Covered Brownie Pan, Provides Even, Heating Performance, Cleans Up In An Instant, True Size For Precise Baking Results, Handles Allow Easy Grip Of Pans & Prevents Warping, Heavyweight, Warp Resistant Steel Construction Means Recipe Right Bakeware Will Heat Evenly Every Time, 5 Year Warranty.
|Country of Origin||CN|
|Manufacturer Name||WILTON INDUSTRIES|
Rated 3 out of 5 by gg AZ from Really difficult to work with I used this product to stain a 6ft x 15in board that is part of a piece of furniture I built. The color was simply white, semi-transparent. I followed the directions to apply the stain with a high quality synthetic brush. When I went to wipe off the excess with a clean rag as instructed (immediately, within 2 min), I found that the rag stuck to the product as I tried to wipe. This made the result extremely splotchy. I stripped the splotchy stain off to start over, but before doing so I called Minwax to get some advice. After explaining what I was experiencing, the individual ended up suggesting that I use a damp rag to wipe off the excess instead of a dry one. This did work a little better, but also removed most of the product. I decided to try something radical. I bought some plain Brillo sponges. I stirred the stain and then wiped some stain onto the sponge with the stirring stick to prime it. Then, I poured a stream of stain along the entire length of the board. I used the sponge to quickly spread the stain, and then made light passes across the board from end-to-end, with the grain, to gently smooth out the stain. I held the sponge with both hands while doing this, being careful to minimize the amount of pressure applied. This technique gave me a pretty reasonable result. Minwax, please update the directions and provide a corresponding video to help people apply this product in a way that will work with this extremely thick, fast-drying stain. Many people are wasting money, and worse a ton of time and effort trying to make this product work. Have some compassion for all these poor folks. Thx!
Date published: 2022-01-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by Tim M. from Smooth clear finish and easy to use Painted countertop with Rust-oleum stone textured paint and let dry for 48 hours. Then applied 6 coats polycrylic over this. It has been over a month and when water is left on countertop very long it softens the polycrylic and can be scrapped off.
Date published: 2021-12-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by Refin from Is polycrylic food safe once cured? I have used it successfully for other indoor projects, but is it food safe once cured?. Specifically for cutting boards, charcuterie boards and noodle boards.
Date published: 2021-12-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by dont use nickname from epic fail I veneered a hope chest lid with a walnut veneer , stained with minwax walnut stain then applied a coat of satin polycrylic finish. The veneer blistered and lifted from substrate material. What went wrong?
Date published: 2021-12-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by Joanne from Cloudy residue We are renovating an antique barn and I applied the Polycrylic ultra flat to several of the old beams. After lightly sanding the surface of the old pine wood, I wiped them down with water to remove the dust in preparation. The beams then dried for 24 hrs. Making certain to mix the product really well we applied it thinly with a brush and allowed it to dry thoroughly. The next day, much to my disappointment, a white film remained on the antique wood and I have to find a way to rectify this. 5 days later and I am understandably upset.
Date published: 2021-10-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by Linleekow from Love the satin finish I just did a mahogany coffee table. Dries super fast. I did have a tiny bit of issues with drying too fast but I think the weather is too warm right now. I have minor shiner streaks. Wondering can put a coffee cup on it without coaster or will that cause rings? I have 2 end tables to do and would like it to go smoother. I did 4 coats trying to get it right. Don’t think the issue is the product but my application.
Date published: 2021-08-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amateur Hour from Love this stuff Uh-oh, I used this on my half bath floor after I painted and stenciled, but I see it's not recommended for floors. (Despite what Bob Vila says.) I've been washing with mild, soapy water. Thoughts? I also used it to seal a wax bowl that left residue on your hands and surfaces. Not to be used to food. It seemed to work well for both.
Date published: 2021-08-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by CeeCee from The spray is horrible to use I bought the product to use as a protective coat on my paintings and it was ok when there wasn't bubbles and I'll give it 4 stars but the spray is terrible. It spits and splatters and for some reason you have to stop after a couple passes and wipe it off or it will drop on the surface you're trying to cover. I thought with it being the more expensive one and with Minwax's reputation it would be the best buy. I was mistaken. So now i have to sand down my project again and I will be using a different company's products. The experience with the spray has been a waste of money and time and hours more work for me. Very disatisfied!!
Date published: 2021-05-21
Behind every project is a True Value®
Thanks for signing up!
Please add firstname.lastname@example.org to your address book.
This functionality is enabled only for desktop.