Im having a problem with a coffee station in a comercial enviroment. The client picked a oil based stain on white oak. I gave the piece three brush coats of oil based poly ,lightly sanded with 600 and then sprayed a final coat. Bulletproof, I thought. One year later there are spots where the finish is worn completely through…….the unit is huge and bolted in, Im faced with the the prospect of “touching it up” realy late at night in off hours. I can live with that, but I can’t live with putting more of the same product on, seeing that it has failed . Is there a harder,faster drying super poly out there? Is there a way I can get some touch up stain and a topcoat on in one night before coffee gets spilled on it the next morning?
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