|Part Number||SALAD BOWL - PT|
|Item Weight||1.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 4 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||SBPT|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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General Finishes SBPT Salad Bowl Finish, 1 pint
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|Item Dimensions||4 x 4 x 4 in||3.88 x 1.75 x 6.44 in||3.25 x 3.3 x 4 in||1.95 x 6.55 x 1.95 in||4.25 x 4.25 x 5 in||2 x 4 x 6 in|
Create a beautiful and safe finish on wooden bowls, cups, spoons, decorative wood countertops or other wood surfaces that contacts food. For actively used butcher block counter tops that are used for chopping and cutting, only use Butcher Block Oil.
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I ended up putting on about 6 coats of this. The sheen is great, looks very shiny, and I am sure that it would be easy to tone down the shine. It was easy to use, simply prepping with a bit of sandpaper and fine steel wool. I used throwaway foam brushes, and a soft tshirt type cloth, as the label said.I did the first three coats no problem. It dries quite quickly, and you could do a coat in the morning, then one in late afternoon if pressed for time.
I did run into problems with the fourth coat. I didn't have much left in the can, but I still did it according to directions. Well, the end result this time was a swirly, mess. Using the cloth, IMO, isn't necessary, as long as you don't over apply with a bristle or foam brush. Anyway, I had to do another coat, but I had to order another small tin, so be careful of what size you order. I should have order the large size for a countertop.
Can two arrives, and I apply it after lightly sanding the swirly mess, and this coat looked fine, decided I would not use a cloth to apply. I still thought the counter section that had had the most use could do with another coat. I applied it using quite a lot, and as it dried, it took on a dull quality that looked terrible. I was annoyed, as I should have left well enough alone. My fault perhaps by using too much, and not doing a light sanding. Today I applied the 6th and final coat, after doing a thorough light sanding, light steel wool, and not using too much product. It has a very nice shine now and is finally done. It remains to be seen how it wears, but i can say that water definitely is repelled and completely beads on the surface. I think this product is going to ultimately be much better than using tung oil, and I am hopeful that it will look good for several years.