Anyone try the Vermont Natural Coatings PolyWhey yet?
I was at my local woodworking store yesterday poking around, and they've started carrying a new (?) finish by Vermont Natural Coatings called PolyWhey. It is extremely low VOC and they're touting it as twice as durable as water-based poly. They do furniture finish and a floor finish. It apparently uses whey (yes, the run-off from cheesemaking) for its bonding agent. Makes sense when I consider how long-wearing many milk-painted antiques are, I guess.
The guys at the shop said the company's got a sterling reputation so far. They're local to me so I'd love to give 'em my business if the stuff is good. Quite pricey though -- the furniture finish runs $17/pint (!).
Curious if anyone has tried this product yet and what you think of the results?
Here is a link that might be useful: Vermont Natural Coatings