With so many clear coats already available, why do we need this one?
Simple, Polyurethane coats are super tough and that makes them great for a number of model kit types.
I dig that its water based meaning if I accidentally overshoot with my airbrush a wet brush is enough to help clear up pooling without hurting my precious paint job underneath.
Uv resistant is a big plus meaning your paint jobs shouldn't fade and more importantly it shouldn't go yellow overtime.
Quick Notes for the TLDR crowd.
Easy to apply
Tough (great for articulated kits)
Shiny shell candy look after 3 or 4 thin coats
Thin with Vallejo airbrush thinner.
Clean with Vallejo airbrush cleaner.
Bonus feature, used with a brush it makes for a great seam filler.
Slow drying time makes it great for use with Armored Komodo powders.