Aug 13, 2019 11:11 am
I have a wooden table that is situated on a covered deck. It does get some sun during the day, but not excessive and if it rains really hard with lots of wind it gets a bit wet. Again not excessive.
I plan to strip back what is remaining of the current coating, sand and then top coat it again in a suitable clear product.
So, my question to all you learned and experienced people is what is the best product to use for the new finish? Bearing in mind that:
1) it has to stand up to the use of being used as a table top, i.e. plates scraping over it, warm dishes (not hot) being placed on it etc.
2) It will be exposed to some sun
3) it will be exposed to some rain
I am not particular about if it should be oil based or water based and also not particular about which manufacturer.
Thanks in advance,
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