Tried & True Varnish Oil

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Old 03-30-10, 04:12 PM
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Tried & True Varnish Oil

We stripped and sanded our kitchen cabinets to change to a lighter color. After the sanding we used Tried & True Varnish Oil. We're happy with the look and feel but have found a problem with water spots near the sink. Does anyone know if we just need to do more repetitions of apply, cure and buff? Or perhaps we need to seal the cabinets with another product? We'd like to keep the light, natural color as much as possible.
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Old 03-30-10, 04:47 PM
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You might follow the advice they give for floors. (bottom of that page) Obviously, you'd want to clean up any water that you spot ASAP to protect the finish as much as you can.
 
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Thank you! I hadn't noticed that page on their site. Sounds like we just need time, more applications and buffing. It looks so good I don't mind doing that at all.
I appreciate the help!
 
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