Greetings, I have a WSF vessel which I just received (I'm new here, It's my first print.) I am struck by how much the raw surface and translucency are like porcelain. The texture is just a little rougher. I haven't scrubbed or sanded at all yet. My original plan was to go for a smooth white plastic look but I think simulating ceramic would be better if I can pull it off. So here's my thought: give it a good dip in polyurethane and let it drain off just as if it were getting a coat of clear ceramic glaze. Or would brushing be the best, i'd really like to saturate the piece to maximize the translucent effect. I'd like to avoid sanding so the texture and the translucency come through visually, but would want the final surface to be smooth. If the poly isn't viscous enough and the coating doesn't fill the texture I suppose one could just add another dip or two. Would sanding between coats be needed? Does anyone have experience with polyurethane and WSF as a coating. I did see a thread here where folks were giving more mass to their hollow pieces by filling them with resin so I assume it doesn't eat the WSF up.