Polyshades is a fine product as long as you have a steady hand.
It's just polyurethane with dye added to it, as they said above. Polyurethane is about the toughest finish that most DIY'ers have available to them.
It takes a while to dry, which is the only real downside.
Buy a GOOD QUALITY china-bristle brush to brush it on. Some people like foam sponges on a stick, but I get bubbles galore with them.
If you have an air compressor, and a good garage, you can get a cheap spray gun from Harbor Freight for $20 and spray on the Polyshades, it looks lovely when sprayed. Just spray VERY light coats, thin the Polyshades a little with paint thinner if you need to, and BEWARE the flammable overspray-- do this only in a well ventilated area.
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