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Here is a bar made from reclaimed lumber. Hubby found it in a restaurants trash pile, and offered to take it off their hands.
I didn't like the color, so repainted it. Now I am stumped about what to do with the bar top.
Some suggest spar varnish, others say pour-on would be really cool.
I'd love the pour-on, but don't want it to yellow in the UV, since it will most likely receive a lot of it outdoors.
Spar varnish doesn't seem permanent, or as durable, but then again, I've never used either.
Hey - can we renew this discussion? I would like to know what kind of finish to use when, myself. I'm looking for the incredibly THICK clear finish that is often used on bartops. Can anyone tell me what that is and whether it goes on with a brush or is poured?