|Forum topic by TomHoffman||posted 01-23-2016 11:15 PM||397 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
01-23-2016 11:15 PM
I am in the process of building a Western Red Cedar Drain Board to sit to the left of our sink. It will be angled slightly with “U” shaped groves to channel the water to the sink. I have used WRC to make boats and it is a good wood for wet areas but I finished it and sealed it in with epoxy.
I really don’t want to use epoxy in this instance, but my finishing skills are pretty much limited to polyurethane another one I don’t want to use.
Is there an Oil finish that would work? Or would just carnuba wax right on the wood be sufficient with periodic re applications?
Any suggestions or knowledgeable guidance will be gratefully received.
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