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Question for luthiers: Polyurethane vs Danish oil   You are logged in as Guest
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Question for luthiers: Polyurethane ... 


Before you ask; no it's not for guitars:)

I have solid oak kitchen worktops that have been Danish oiled which I have to sand and re-apply every year or two.
Someone told me that I would get a more durable surface if I did Polyurethane.

What are your thoughts on this and if you think it's the right thing to do; can I apply polyurethane on top of the existing finish or do I need to sand till I get to the wood?

Many thanks for your advice in advance.



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