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Posted on What is the best finish for a bathroom vanity?

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#1 posted 07-04-2011 05:39 PM

Considering the high humidity environment and frequent cleaning, polyurethane would be the most durable finish. Keep in mind that a thicker film will last longer than an thinner. Therefore fewer coats would be required if you brush it on as opposed to a wipe on. I don’t think that a shellac seal would bring anything to the party and might even inhibit good bonding of PU to the wood.

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